Energy Response Corps announces Key Appointments
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 29, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana–Energy Response Corps, a group that helps homeowners stop their losses with energy efficient home improvements, recently announced two key appointments. Andy Roth has been named general manager and William “Bill” J. Parlapiano III was made Director of Business Development for Energy Response Corps.
In his role as general manager, Mr. Roth will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, executive-level sales and marketing support and operational management for Energy Response Corps. Mr. Roth has held executive-level sales, strategic marketing, business development and general management positions with leading building products companies including Ingersoll-Rand, ODL and Firestone Building Products. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, and an M.B.A. from Butler University.
As the Director of Business Development, Mr. Parlapiano will be responsible for managing and growing the Energy Response Corps network of partners across the United States. He will also provide valuable technical support and business direction. Before joining Energy Response Corps, Mr. Parlapiano was with PECI where he managed utility/government relationships and was the National HVAC Field Operations Manager. Prior to PECI, he was the National Training Manager for MASCO Home Services. Mr. Parlapiano was also CEO of Building Performance Institute and has worked at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Mr. Parlapiano earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Management from Siena College in Loudonville, NY.
About Energy Response Corps
The Energy Response Corps is a coalition of leaders in the field of energy efficiency with the primary goal of decreasing energy use and making homeowners more comfortable in their home. Energy Response Corps alerts homeowners to their loss of energy and money—then help them take immediate action to stop that loss. Each year, the average U.S. home loses $1440 worth of heat and energy to inadequate insulation; air leaks; outdated or inefficient HVAC systems; old appliances; non-energy-efficient windows and doors; and other factors—a condition known as “Heat Bleed.” Over 46 million American homes are affected by Heat Bleed However, the problem is surprisingly easy to correct.
For more information regarding Energy Response Corps visit www.energyresponsecorps.org, write to 201 North Illinois Street, 16th Floor – South Tower #3225, Indianapolis, IN 46204 or call 1-800-813-3313.
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