Actionable Energy Intelligence
The Mountain Vector Energy team leverages our customers’ existing systems fully to enable focused energy and water decision making. We remain very disciplined and technologically unbiased in the evaluation, selection and addition of new customer technologies and methods. Actionable Energy Intelligence is our focus and flawless execution is our approach.
Our team members have experience in cutting-edge energy and cost savings technology and software.
Safety Integrity Work Ethic Perfection Communication Collaboration
10 yrs Semiconductor, 11 yrs Energy Startup Experience
Driven by Innovation, Work Ethic and Integrity
Outdoor Adventurer & Quiet Professional
Loves Fast and Precise Organizations
Steve understands how to assemble data, information, action and results that are meaningful to the constituents of each Energy Management Team. He helped shape the Net Zero press release content for the City of Albuquerque in late 2018. He anticipates Executive level requirements and communication with ease. He has run large ‘operations’ organizations in the semiconductor industry with direct profit and loss responsibility in unforgiving business environments. He had direct responsibility for over $500M in highly complex equipment installations globally with extensive vendor management requirements. He stood up New Mexico’s first commercial and industrial demand response program establishing 32 MW of virtual peaking power plant capacity in 2008. As his career in energy progressed, Steve realized early that our customers don’t have a data problem, they often have an information problem that touches electricity, gas and water waste.
Internet of Things Developer
Is the Hammer, Not the Nail
Fast German Cars
Empowered to Shape the Company’s Future
Aislin is a key player for the PNM Peak Saver Program and directly project managed the iOT Telemetry deployment at over 80 NM locations. He directly managed B&D Industries team members in their subcontract to Enbala to ensure safety, timeliness, quality, and budget performance. Additionally, he developed the Scope of Work (SOW) for the remote BAS scripting (Trane, iCSI, ACS) for over 40 PNM Peak Saver locations for automated demand response. He served as the lead in addressing and PNM & Enbala telemetry design issue that included close coordination with a licensed electrical engineering firm. He managed all projects from ‘zero to one’ ahead of schedule and well under budget. He is fluent with Building Automation Systems and expert in the quantitative analysis of vast interval data recording (IDR) data sets. He also led Enbala’s first Distributed Energy Management Software (DERMS) deployment with PNM in New Mexico. Aislin has been with Mountain Vector Energy since 2018.
Technical Program Manager
Puzzle Solver and Gamer
Unshakeable, Indomitable, and Relentlessly Correct
Fluent in Dude Solutions Energy Manager and in conjunction with any data set from any source, Paige can measure and visualize pertinent layered data streams with related cost impact analysis in past, present and future. Paige is unique in that she has measured over 100 energy conservation projects that include LED interior, exterior and streetlights, RTU replacements, atmospheric and power burner boiler upgrades, chilled water optimization, steam traps, chiller, heat exchangers and cooling tower replacements to include over 68 solar sites. Her measurement includes both energy and commercial performance for feasibility as well as past, present and future applications. Utilities and Water, Efficiency and Renewable feasibility assessments and quantitative analysis is some of the work she has done with Mountain Vector Energy since 2016.
Engineering Physicist by Education
Deep Dive Data Analyst
An Artist at Heart
Madeline is fluent in most Dude Solutions platforms and advanced data analytics with a focus on deeper programming experience with extremely large data sets. With expertise in Dude Solutions Work Order Management Systems, she often links utility performance with peoplepower, project costs and operations budget performance. Layering data from multiple sources has always been a core capability. She is comfortable with the design of complex electromechanical systems and related software. Utilities and Water, Efficiency and Renewable feasibility assessments and quantitative analysis are some examples of the work she’s done with Mountain Vector Energy.
Non-Intrusive Cargo Inspection Specialist
Immune to pressure
High Speed/Low Skill Skier
David graduated from Tufts University in May, 2020 with a degree in Physics (BS). In 2019, he worked as a Research Assistant at the MIT Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE), designing and constructing parts to a portable Time-Of-Flight neutron detector. In 2018, he was a Science Intern at Passport Systems Inc., a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) contractor that builds scanners for non-intrusive cargo inspection. He analyzed Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence (NRF) scans using Gamma Ray Spectroscopy, and performed viability tests for the possible detection of contraband such as depleted uranium, C4, mustard gas, and cocaine simulant. He is the recipient of the Amos Emerson Dolbear Prize Scholarship in Physics and been with Mountain Vector Energy since 2020.
From the time she was in elementary school, Kat knew that she had a future in working with numbers. She was always curious about figuring out the “whys” behind different problems and phenomena that she encountered in the world. After dabbling in physics and mechanical engineering in college, she graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics from Northeastern University.
Kat has worked in biomedical software to aid in the detection of breast cancer. Her work led her to redesign the data processing pipeline of the TOBI2 clinical system (Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Guided Tomographic Optical Breast Imaging). She’s also worked to diagnose and detect issues in sensor hardware for airport security imaging. After years of working in corporate customer-facing roles, Kat is passionate about giving customers the information they need to make decisions.
Never satisfied with what she already knows, Kat is currently pursuing a second B.S. in Data Analytics. She is excited to merge her technical skills, love of puzzles and problem solving, and knowledge of customer-focused business. When not working, Kat enjoys cooking, gardening and trivia nights.
Adrian received his BS in Applied Mathematics from UNM, where he participated in magneto-fluid dynamics research for Dark Sea Industries. While Adrian appreciates mathematical theory, he prefers to create. Coding allows him to use math to make tools with real-world results. With a mathematical mindset, he’s able to approach code development and DevOps abstractly and express his creativity. Contributing to his community in a relevant way motivates Adrian to code. Noting many examples of how corporations benefit from other people’s data, he wants people to benefit from their own data. He’s interested in blockchain and other forms of web decentralization. In his free time, Adrian enjoys going to the gym to lift weights like an animal, spending time with friends and family, and studying.
Strives to understand
Loves the outdoors
Sam has always had an interest in technology and energy, which led to his BS in Computer Science at the University of New Mexico. Sam loves to solve problems and to learn about new tools he can use to solve them. Most of all, he enjoys the thrill of the chase. When he puts his mind to something, nothing will stop him from seeing it through.
Sam was introduced to energy management at Affordable Solar, where he was responsible for locating and reporting underperforming inverters in a solar array. His work led to the complete restoration of performance in the system. Sam is from the Albuquerque area, and seeing the results of his work encouraged him to contribute more to the energy reliability of his community.
Sam holds a minor in Film Production from UNM and enjoys analyzing movies and TV shows. He also plays acoustic guitar and hikes in the Jemez, Taos and the Bosque.