The Energy Alliance Group of North America
Scott Ringlein brings over thirty years of project development experience to Forester University, with a focus on developing energy efficiency, water conservation, and renewable energy solutions for industrial and commercial applications.
As the Founder of and Principal at The Energy Alliance Group of North America, Ringlein leads the development and deployment of innovative solutions to global energy, waste, and environmental challenges. Technology agnostic and solution driven, Ringlein takes a holistic approach and combines technology, financing, incentives, and integrated services to develop an optimal solution and insure the highest return on investment.
Ringlein is also a Technical Advisor to the U.S. Department of Energy and conducts technical reviews of applications for technology innovation & commercialization in addition to supporting the advancement of the PACE program for the funding and deployment of efficiency, conservation, and renewable energy technologies. Ringlein is very active in the efficiency improvement and renewable energy community, conducting webinars, presenting at conferences, and participating in panel discussions and TV & podcast interviews.
Ringlein holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering, a M.S. degree in Manufacturing Engineering, and plans to pursue an Executive MBA in Energy in the near future.