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Sumayyah Theron joins Cyclone Energy Group as a Senior Building Analyst

Sumayyah Theron joins Cyclone Energy Group as a Senior Building Analyst

July 18, 2016 

Cyclone Energy Group is pleased to announce that Sumayyah Theron has been named Senior Building Analyst. In her new role, Sumayyah will oversee and further develop the company’s relationships with new construction and existing building owners, facility managers, and property managers.

Sumayyah was previously senior project manager at Affordable Community Energy, where she managed energy assessments, retro-commissioning projects, portfolio benchmarking, and measurement and verification of energy savings. She worked with clients to source public funding through grants and utility incentives. Before that, she worked as an architect and a building energy analyst in several countries overseas. She has extensive project management experience and a solid architectural engineering background with a focus on renewable energy, HVAC systems, integrated environmental solutions for buildings, energy efficiency, and thermal modeling and analysis.

She graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology. She obtained her Masters of Science in Energy and Sustainable Building Design from De Montfort University in Leicester, UK in 2011.

Cyclone Energy Group partners with building owners and design professionals in the design, construction, retrofit, and operation of high-performance buildings. Our team helps building owners add economic, environmental, and social value to their portfolios by providing holistic, sustainable solutions designed to optimize efficiency, occupancy, and return-on-investment. We invite you to learn more about our unique approach to improving building performance and the specialized expertise we can bring to your project ─ from concept to completion and beyond to on-going operation.

For more information about Cyclone Energy Group visit www.cyclone.energy or call 312.945.8443