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This device controls the Hertz. It raises and lowers to meet the demand of the HVAC system. VFD runs at lower hertz during times when the facility occupancy is less populated. Lower hertz allows the system to maintain temperatures in larger spaces without the high energy load.
VFD also qualifies for Entergy, SWEPCO, and OG&E incentives. It can be installed on units 7 tons and larger. Some cost to the customer may be incurred to cover equipment cost not covered by Incentives. Larger units (25 tons and over) typically do not incur a cost. VFD reduces energy consumption up to 50% per HVAC unit.
WIth 30 plus years of lighting and electrical experience, Mark began his career in Reno, Nevada in1982 with Recognition Equipment Inc. He specialized in servicing and maintaining an electro/mechanical transport system and mainframe computer control system for high speed check processing equipment in the Banking Industry for 10 years. In 1992, he joined Have Lights Will Travel where he served as Field Technician, Service Manager, Purchasing and Warehouse Manager, and Sales Manager over a 30 year period in the Lighting/Electrical Industry.
Mark currently holds a Journeyman Electrical License in Arkansas and Nevada. He has worked closely with Nevada Entergy in providing customers throughout Nevada with lighting retrofits coupled with rebate programs that have helped facilitate power savings and reduction in maintenance cost by removing antiquated lighting systems and installing the latest in energy saving lighting technology. This expertise makes him a perfect fit for M3’s mission of customer savings through energy company incentives.
Currently residing in Maumelle, AR, Mark graduated from Little Rock Catholic High School, and earned an Associates Degree in Applied Electronics from Arkansas College of Technology ’81.
Michelle comes to M3 with a seasoned logistics background honed over decades of experience in diverse fields. She began her career as office manager at Harrison Construction where she learned the fundamentals of running a successful commercial construction business.
She transitioned, in 2011 to being a creative entrepreneur with the founding of M. Harrison Designs, a special events planning company where her organization and managerial skills were sharpened in that dynamic environment. While continuing in this business, she collaborated with other local businesses in Hot Springs to meet their special events planning needs, including Superior Bathhouse Brewery. In 2017, Michelle joined the team at Bathhouse Soapery & Caldarium, where all of her experience and skills culminated in directing product development and production, personnel management, and administration.
Her wide range and depth of logistics experience provide M3 a great advantage in our planning and execution of projects and day-to-day business management.
Retired from the United States Air Force, Alex returned to Hot Springs, Arkansas in 2017 with a mission. His goal was to help infuse the training and mentorship learned in the military into an employee-centric environment. With M3 he has done this.
Finding a market that could grow with Alex’s concept (HVAC energy and air purification) was the first task. In accomplishing this, Alex found eager, hardworking technicians who were looking for a change.
It is this dynamic that has generated the attention of numerous large energy reduction and air purification companies who are excited to team with M3.
Alex is married to Jennifer and has three children and one grandchild.