With more than a century of combined energy, sustainability, and strategic problem-solving experience, we consistently found that combinations and synergies across solutions yielded better results. This is no less true than with energy solutions and technologies for meeting the changing energy needs of America's commercial and industrial facilities.
Green CHP™ founders began with a better approach to meeting basic energy needs with better cost, lower emissions, and improved sustainability. We've found that traditional energy technologies typically solve for specific needs while ignoring or negatively affecting other priorities and creating unintended consequences. Green CHP™ solutions take the entire energy ecosystem into consideration when designing holistic and integrated solar energy solutions for commercial and industrial facilities with the need for both electric power and heat for HVAC, domestic hot water or process needs. These holistic, integrated, renewable CHP solutions help C&I businesses meet their cost savings, reliability, and sustainability goals faster.
More a vocation than a business, we bring the best, proven integrated solutions from concept to reality for your success. Businesses that are serious about improving their bottom line and lessening their environmental impact choose Green CHP™.
Emily Norcross is an accomplished executive leader and corporate strategist with a talent for organizing and scaling small businesses. Emily's background is in software as a service for the homeland security and emergency management fields, where she successfully grew a tech startup to achieve revenue maturity, profitability, and a successful sale. After more than 15 years of experience helping organizations respond to sustainability priorities, Emily was ready to explore new opportunities in sustainability and pioneer new strategies to help businesses reduce their carbon emissions and minimize energy expenses. Emily and her family reside in Colorado, where they enjoy backpacking, kayaking, and other mountain adventures.
Glyn Strong is a 25+ year business veteran in commercial and industrial solar solutions, renewable energy, construction, and real estate. His enthusiasm for solar energy developed early in his career while helping real estate clients renovate their properties to improve cost-effective energy performance. Since then, Glyn has helped build and scale several energy and solar startups with an emphasis on business development and sales. Today, Glyn is an evangelist for renewable CHP, helping businesses unlock previously unattainable cost savings and energy efficiency levels. Glyn has never met a stranger. He travels the U.S. promoting the cost-saving and energy-efficiency benefits of renewable solutions, developing strong relationships with municipalities, designers, architects, GCs, MEPs, businesses, school districts, and many others along the way. When Glyn is not helping clients reduce their total energy spend, you can find him at a St. Louis Cardinals or Kansas City Chiefs game.
Terry Bickham has driven success over the past three decades with start-to-finish energy projects in leadership roles for both technical/operations programs and teams. Focused on energy and operational performance, his experience spans project engineering, offer development, financial modeling, risk management, construction and commissioning, as well as continuing operations management, including the performance phase of ESPC projects. Engagements have spanned industrial, food and beverage, healthcare, K-12, institutional, government and other sectors. He has been an internal resource as a corporate energy manager overseeing 36 plants in four countries and helped clients through design build own operate (DBOO), performance contracting, existing building commissioning (EBCx), energy services, new construction and retrofit projects. He has demonstrated particular expertise in integrating the entire portfolio of lifecycle and delivery methods to synthesize best fit solutions to achieve client success, in and out of performance contracting and PPA models as well as standalone energy and facilities projects.
Bickham began his career in engineering and operations roles in the US Navy before operations roles at Oscar Meyer, followed by controls engineering and team leadership at Johnson Controls. He has been the national services director for an energy services company, an energy engineer and energy engineering instructor with a number of firms, as well as energy manager for a multi-national plastics firm. He holds a degree in engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy. A speaker in national forums on Existing Building Commissioning, the building internet of things (BIoT), energy storage, market opportunities/value stacking, the Inflation Reduction Act, and use of data analytics in the built environment, he has also presented on integration of energy services within performance contracts and energy as a service models. He has led the development and implementation of training programs ranging from LEED certification tutoring to STEM awareness to energy performance contracting standards and processes. A former member of the board of the Central Plains USGBC community, USGBC Technical Advisory Groups, committee chair for Collaborative for High Performance Schools, and working group co-chair for distributed energy/energy storage with Mid-West Energy Research Consortium, his professional qualifications include Certified Energy Manager (CEM), LEED AP, Certified Sustainable Design Professional (CSDP), and Certified Demand Side Management (CDSM).
Mark Aman is a multifaceted, and values-oriented executive leader with extensive experience in planning and leading administration, finance, sales, and operational business functions, as well as guiding strategic product development initiatives for organizations to significantly grow revenues and scale strategically. Well-versed in assisting strategic planning initiatives, change management, financial goals, and cultural changes, Mark excels at driving aligning with overall business objectives. Organizations he works with recognize him for architecting SaaS products, devising go-to-market strategies, and developing cross-functional teams to drive execution and deliver results.
Mark's ability to successfully assess an organization's critical business needs, find deficiencies and potential opportunities, and build innovative and cost-effective solutions to enhance competitiveness and improve customer service offerings has been repeatedly proven. He has been responsible for establishing and implementing strategic initiatives, developing high-performing teams, and nurturing long-lasting partnerships to achieve complex organizational goals and develop transformative solutions to complex problems.
Mark's experience ranges from scaling organizations from startups to multi-million-dollar companies, leading M&A activity, and navigating highly regulated environments. His exceptional leadership, interpersonal, problem-solving, innovative, communication, and team-leadership abilities provide him with many opportunities to help organizations succeed.