Bluestone Energy Services LLC hired four new members, including former executives from EnerNOC and Siemens.
Bluestone welcomes three of the new hires to its business development team, with two focused in the Northeast and one based in the Midwest region for the company. The fourth addition will join the Bluestone’s workforce as a project manager.
Chris Murphy will work with Bluestone as a business development manager for the Northeast region. Prior to joining Bluestone, Murphy served as the business development manager for EnerNOC. While at EnerNOC, he provided energy efficiency software programs and other services for commercial and industrials users, as well as hospitals and universities.
Prior to joining EnerNOC, he spent 8 years with American Energy Management, selling building automation systems in the greater New England area.
Karen Peck also joins Bluestone as a Northeast region business development manager. A previous executive at Siemens Industry, she sold energy efficiency solutions, building automation systems and service contracts across many vertical markets. Prior to Siemens, Peck also worked within the lighting industry, at Lutron Inc. and Johnson Controls.
Mike Nevitt, coming from three years with BlueStar Energy, will be responsible for Bluestone’s Midwest region as a business development manager. Starting in the construction business, Nevitt has worked in the industrial sales and energy efficiency industries for over 16 years.
A recent graduate from Northeastern University, Jim Goddard joins Bluestone with a background in industrial engineering. Currently residing in Boston, Goddard’s Northeastern co-ops included Keurig, Free Flow Power and Genzyme. He will work with Bluestone as a project manager.