Future Resource Engineering (FRE), a leader in data center operational and power optimization, announced the addition of two seasoned engineers to its team of energy efficiency experts: Andrew Van Hoesen and Clayton DeLosier, P.E.
Formerly a nuclear power reactor operator with the United States Navy, Andrew Van Hoesen brings a unique set of skills to Future Resource Engineering in his new role as Controls Engineer. With more than nine years of experience in building automation systems, energy conservation and nuclear power, Van Hoesen will be responsible for customer controls system design, set up, programming, testing and troubleshooting to ensure efficient and consistent operations. He has an extensive history working on large-scale projects in a variety of industries, including: new build data centers, legacy data centers, higher education institutions and government facilities. Prior to joining FRE, Andrew was most recently at Building Automation Services.
A professional engineer with more than eight years of experience in thermal and fluid systems and project management, Clayton DeLosier will be responsible for designing, developing and evaluating energy related projects to reduce energy costs and improve energy efficiency in data centers and mission critical facilities as energy efficiency engineer with Future Resource Engineering. DeLosier most recently served as Senior Engineer at Westinghouse Electric Company and his work on heat exchangers has been published in ASME’s Journal of Heat Transfer. DeLosier received his bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and his master of science degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech.
“I am delighted to announce the addition of Andrew and Clayton to our team of efficiency experts at Future Resource Engineering,” said Jeremy Swanner, Executive Vice President of Future Resource Engineering. “We look forward to leveraging their impressive backgrounds in industrial facilities and data centers to help companies reduce their energy consumption. There are a variety of utility incentives available that businesses can take advantage of right now, and when taken in combination with FRE’s energy optimization evaluations and strategies, we’re seeing a tremendous increase in demand for energy cost reduction in the data center space.”