Project Manager – MASH Academic and Social Sectors
George Canetti is a Project Manager at the City of Toronto’s Energy Efficiency Office. He is responsible for providing Energy Services and Better Buildings Partnership program support to the Academic and Social Sectors.
George has over three decades of Business Development experience and approximately 12 years of experience in energy efficiency programs that began in the private sector with one of North America’s largest Energy Services Companies. As a Public and Private sector Program Specialist, George developed and was responsible for managing several multi-phased projects that holistically combined conservation, facility renewal and renewable energy strategies. This included Municipalities, Universities, Colleges, Schools and Religious organizations. George looks forward to collaborating on your project(s).
Project Manager – MASH Healthcare Sector
Angelo is responsible for the development and implementation of energy efficiency and conservation projects in the Municipal, Academic, Social and Healthcare (MASH) sector.
Prior to rejoining the Energy Efficiency Office, Angelo spent several years in the Water Efficiency Group of Toronto Water. His work there focused on project development for water efficiency projects in institutional, commercial and industrial market segments. He also helped numerous ICI clients implement projects.
Project Manager – Demand Response Program
Sam Goldberg is responsible for Demand Response within the Energy Efficiency Office. His role is to assist City of Toronto Agencies, Boards, Commissions, Corporations and Divisions (ABCCD’s) to participate in the Demand Response program. By reducing their electrical load City organizations help increase grid stability, reduce the potential for blackouts and avoid the province’s need to purchase expensive coal fired power.
As a Business Development Executive with over 20 years of sales and marketing experience, Sam has a large network of contacts in the renewable energy and energy savings industries. He has worked within large energy companies proposing renewable and energy services solutions to commercial, institutional and industrial clients. Most recently he developed and delivered a sustainable engineering course on energy modeling systems to investigate the viability of conservation and demand management, photovoltaic’s, wind and geothermal, plus biogas systems.
Fernando R. Carou, B.A.Sc, P.Eng.
Senior Engineer – New District Energy Systems & Community Energy Planning
Fernando is the Senior Engineer in charge of assembling the technical, financial, financing, and policy framework for new District Energy Systems in the City of Toronto. Fernando is also leading the Community Energy Planning program.
Before joining the City of Toronto in early 2011, Fernando has worked and consulted for Fortune 500 multi-national corporations in the energy, environmental, and sustainability field for over 18 years.
Fernando holds an engineering degree from the University of Toronto, and Sustainability training from the Harvard University Extension School.