Airmaster NSW State Manager, Jason Harrison was last night named the Young Energy Efficiency Professional of the Year for his strong advocacy on energy efficiency in the HVAC&R industry.
The award, presented by the Energy Efficiency Council recognises individuals under 35 years of age that have demonstrated outstanding achievement in advancing the energy efficiency industry, through advocacy, research, education and projects.
Since entering the HVAC industry, Jason has been passionate about energy efficiency. His background in Instrumentation and Controls has helped Jason to realise the important connection between data and energy efficiency.
As well as working full time, he is currently undertaking his thesis on “Design A ‘SMART’ Control strategy algorithm. Which is designed to minimise and manage peak electrical loads in occupied buildings to ultimately reduce energy tariffs and maximise energy efficiencies.
On hand to receive the award, Jason was delighted, “I’m honoured to be acknowledged through this award from the Energy Efficiency Council,” he said.
“I would also like to thank my team in NSW, who without their hard work and commitment, this award would not be possible. What we have achieved as a team in implementing a range of initiatives has helped deliver a number of energy efficient projects and outcomes for our customers.”
Airmaster CEO, Noel Courtney was also excited by Jason’s recognition, “Jason’s recognition as a Young Energy Efficiency Professional is well-deserved. It demonstrates how hard Jason has worked in creating an innovative vision for the HVAC industry.”
The awards were presented last night as part of the 2017 National Energy Efficiency Conference.