August 20 Membership Meeting

  • August 20, 2019
    11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Energy Efficiency

The Basics, The Pros and Cons, and The Future


Kevin Johnson
CEO / Energy Adviser
Power of Clean Energy


Kevin Johnson is CEO and Co-Founder of PCE Power if Clean Energy, a full-service Energy Efficiency firm located in Nashville. Kevin is originally from Fayetteville, NC and is a graduate of The University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. He currently lives in Leipers Fork with his wife Elise, three children, Halle, Cole, and Josie, and new baby Mila due September 7th this year! Kevin’s background in business development and business consulting lead him to start PCE in October 2014 after extensive consulting engagements in the Solar and Lighting industry. Over the past decade Kevin has developed extensive knowledge in the Energy Efficiency space from Building Controls, Energy Management, LED lighting, Solar, Insulation, Utility Rate assessments, High-Efficiency Roofing, HVAC Equipment, and many other up and coming technologies. The key to PCE’s current business model is their ability to engineer these solutions, accurately predict the energy savings potential, and then provide turnkey installation and financing when needed to implement the projects. Some local projects of note include Ensworth High School, Smyrna Ready Mix Plant- Nashville, First Baptist- Nashville, Father Ryan School, Brentwood Academy, CHS corporate offices and many more. Today he will share with you some Energy Efficiency Basics while also educating us on products PCE is currently testing for the future.








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3106 West End Ave., Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States

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