What Nissan is Doing to Lower Energy Use in a Down Turn in Production
Presented ByBrett Rasmussen, P.E., C.E.M., MCEA
Senior Energy Manager
Nissan Norht America, Inc.
Brett Rasmussen was raised in Rexburg, Idaho. He is a graduate of Ricks College; as well as Utah State University where he earned a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Rasmussen earned his Professional Engineering (PE) license in 1992. Brett continues to learn which lead him to be granted the title of Certified Energy Manager (CEM) in 2007, and Master Level Certified Energy Auditor (CEAM) in 2012. In 2010 Brett received the AEE Legend in Energy award. Brett has been conferred the prestigious award of “2012 Energy Engineer of the Year” by Association of Energy Engineers.
Mr. Rasmussen has over 15 years of experience in Aerospace engineering and over 17 years as a Utilities/Energy Engineer for the automotive industry. He is instrumental in Nissan’s Canton plant receiving the prestigious Energy Star for superior energy performance. The Canton plant was first industrial facility in the state of Mississippi that is Energy Star labeled and has been for 12 years in a roll. Mr. Rasmussen also certified 24 schools in Mississippi for Energy Star labeling. He has been Mississippi Manufactures Association’s energy committee chairmen for 10 years. He was given a enHance Leadership Award for 2013 from Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.