Brad Jenkins joins Metrus as Vice President of Channels

May 30th, 2023

Press Release

May 30, 2023 — Metrus announced today the hiring of industry veteran Brad Jenkins as Vice President of Channels. With over 25 years of experience in the energy efficiency sector, Jenkins will lead the channel sales team, grow Metrus’s network of partners, and work to strengthen its current portfolio to help them maximize their sales.

Jenkins has held roles in lighting manufacturing and energy efficiency contracting, always focused on the ESCOs and other providers of turnkey energy efficiency services. Brad spent the past nine years as a member of the leadership team for an industry leading subcontractor to ESCOs, managing sales of design/build services for lighting, water efficiency, building envelope solutions, solar, and smart metering.

“I am pleased to welcome Brad to Metrus as our new Vice President of Channels,” said Bob Hinkle, CEO of Metrus Energy. “His extensive experience in the energy efficiency industry makes him a valuable addition to our team. Brad has a proven track record of developing and managing relationships with third-party channels, and I am confident that he will help us expand our business and reach more customers.”

About Metrus Energy

Since 2009, Metrus Energy has been leading the way to a sustainable, low-carbon future by bringing energy efficiency and clean energy projects to life and helping organizations decarbonize faster. Metrus’ pay-for-performance model, in which customers benefit from the energy solution without having to own the equipment, launched the Energy as a Service industry. Metrus provides a comprehensive, climate-positive financing solution that pays for all upfront and ongoing project costs, enabling upgrades to aging infrastructure, improving equipment resiliency, and lowering carbon emissions without the capital expense. Metrus is a signatory to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, America Is All In, and the US Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge and Better Climate Challenge.