Our team

Cameron

Cam’s mission is to increase real estate equity through the addition of revenue (without client investment) and cutting energy costs – all through the use of sustainable products. His current focus is on solar installations, which both add revenue and decrease energy costs.

These offerings include complementary services, such as savings discovery and usage tracking to increase return on life-cycle investment and increase resiliency strength.

He is a strong advocate for his clients.

Cam is a serial entrepreneur, responsible for establishing a number of businesses, including:

  • Sustainable Energy Management Group, LLC
  • Sustainable Energy Solutions, Inc.
  • Computer Security Placement Services
  • Computer Security Devices
  • Co-founder of TelePower

Currently, he serves as a one-stop shop for clients who want to save money on their energy usage, specializing in such strategies as smart commodity procurement, monitoring, co-generation, geothermal, and measures to assure enterprise resiliency.

Through Sustainable Energy Solutions, he has implemented co-generation, energy monitoring, light retrofits, and solar power in Africa.

He was previously employed with Johns Manville as Controller, Financial Analyst, Information Systems Developer, and Data Security Manager.

Cam volunteered as co-leader of the CleanTech SIG at TechSandBox, Inc. in Hopkinton for three years, where he facilitated monthly educational seminars to highlight innovations in the CleanTech Massachusetts community. He was Project Supervisor for Babson College, and gave his presentation, Accidental Entrepreneur, to Clark University and Harvard summer school.

He also served five years in the Navy as a Combat Information Center Officer, as well as ship handler.

His educational background includes the NYU Stern School of Business MBA, Management, a BA from Yale, English, soccer, wrestling, Whiffenpoofs, and Glee Clubs.

Luis

Luis is currently co-founder and COO of Sustainable Energy Management Group.

Prior to this, he was Executive Operations Director for the Boston Globe/New York Times organizations with plant, production, and facilities responsibilities for many years.

His varied responsibilities provided him extensive experience in many fields, including the promotion and implementation of energy conservation and sustainability projects, energy commodity procurement, and the evaluation of alternate energy opportunities, including solar power and co-generation, among others.

He is also a strong advocate for the implementation of economically viable energy programs and helping resource-challenged organizations in their search for the best possible energy solutions to serve their specific needs.

Luis has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University and an MBA from Northeastern. He has served as a volunteer for TechSandbox, Renewable Energy Initiative, and other organizations. Also, he is currently a member of Toastmasters.

Cameron

Cam’s mission is to increase real estate equity through the addition of revenue (without client investment) and cutting energy costs – all through the use of sustainable products. His current focus is on solar installations, which both add revenue and decrease energy costs.

These offerings include complementary services, such as savings discovery and usage tracking to increase return on life-cycle investment and increase resiliency strength.

He is a strong advocate for his clients.

Cam is a serial entrepreneur, responsible for establishing a number of businesses, including:

  • Sustainable Energy Management Group, LLC
  • Sustainable Energy Solutions, Inc.
  • Computer Security Placement Services
  • Computer Security Devices
  • Co-founder of TelePower

Currently, he serves as a one-stop shop for clients who want to save money on their energy usage, specializing in such strategies as smart commodity procurement, monitoring, co-generation, geothermal, and measures to assure enterprise resiliency.

Through Sustainable Energy Solutions, he has implemented co-generation, energy monitoring, light retrofits, and solar power in Africa.

He was previously employed with Johns Manville as Controller, Financial Analyst, Information Systems Developer, and Data Security Manager.

Cam volunteered as co-leader of the CleanTech SIG at TechSandBox, Inc. in Hopkinton for three years, where he facilitated monthly educational seminars to highlight innovations in the CleanTech Massachusetts community. He was Project Supervisor for Babson College, and gave his presentation, Accidental Entrepreneur, to Clark University and Harvard summer school.

He also served five years in the Navy as a Combat Information Center Officer, as well as ship handler.

His educational background includes the NYU Stern School of Business MBA, Management, a BA from Yale, English, soccer, wrestling, Whiffenpoofs, and Glee Clubs.

Luis

Luis is currently co-founder and COO of Sustainable Energy Management Group.

Prior to this, he was Executive Operations Director for the Boston Globe/New York Times organizations with plant, production, and facilities responsibilities for many years.

His varied responsibilities provided him extensive experience in many fields, including the promotion and implementation of energy conservation and sustainability projects, energy commodity procurement, and the evaluation of alternate energy opportunities, including solar power and co-generation, among others.

He is also a strong advocate for the implementation of economically viable energy programs and helping resource-challenged organizations in their search for the best possible energy solutions to serve their specific needs.

Luis has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University and an MBA from Northeastern. He has served as a volunteer for TechSandbox, Renewable Energy Initiative, and other organizations. Also, he is currently a member of Toastmasters.