Enalasys Corporation Announces Scott Clay as New Director of Northern California Field Operations

Scott Clay

Scott Clay, Director of Northern California Field Operations

Enalasys is pleased to announce the addition of Scott Clay as Director of Northern California Field Operations.  Scott comes to Enalasys with 35 years of industry experience, most recently with PG&E.  He has held a variety of positions in the areas of Steam and Nuclear Generation, Environmental Services and Customer Energy Efficiency.

During his time with the Pittsburg Power Plant, he developed and implemented the Chemical Management and Hazardous Materials Management Plans, as well as the Chemistry and Environmental Laboratory Quality Assurance Plan. While working for the Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP), Scott worked closely with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and other nuclear utilities worldwide to develop improved chemistry monitoring equipment and treatment strategies.

Scott’s 30 year tenure with PG&E included various positions. While working in the Environmental Department his role focused on hazardous waste reduction where he developed the PG&E Hazardous Waste Reduction Plan. Most recently Scott worked in Customer Energy Efficiency.  He managed the Residential Contractor Program (RCP), developed the Pool Pump and Motor Rebate Program and managed the midstream HVAC programs for Duct Test and Seal (DTS) and Refrigerant Charge and Air Flow (RCA).

In his new role as Director of Northern California Field Operations, Scott will be focusing solely on the Northern California service area. He is responsible for the operations, training and auditing of all HVAC contractor programs. In addition, Scott will work closely with utilities in providing reports on Enalasys programs and successes.  Scott can be reached via email at sclay@enalasys.com or at 925-681-9050.

Please stay tuned for more details about the 2010 Pacific Gas & Electric Quality Installation/Maintence Programs.


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