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Colorado State University IAC
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Colorado State University IAC
Center Established 1984
Colorado State University
Director John Mizia
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Colorado State University
Due to University and State restrictions, IAC assessment activities at your local center may be on hold.
Contact your local center for more details on operating status and available services.

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The Colorado State University Industrial Assessment Center (CO-IAC) provides free energy, productivity, and waste assessments to small and medium sized industrial facilities through funding provided by the US Department of Energy.

736 Assessments
5,402 Recommendations
7.01 Tbtu Energy Saving*
$61.01 million Cost Savings*
98 Students Trained
*Recommended Savings
Energy Engineering related programs, degrees, etc:
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Contact Center Center Website
Center Director John Mizia
Email john.mizia@ColoState.Edu
Phone # +19704914767
Fax # n/a
Mailing Address Department of Mechanical Engineering
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Colorado State University has trained 98 students
The following students have participated in IAC assessments with Colorado State University since 2003, when student name tracking began.
The 34 students (in BOLD) have also been awarded IAC student certificates for exceptional participation.

Alex Inzer
Allison Kotewicz
Allyson Antonio
Amanda Borin
Ana Galvan
Andrea Menchaca
Andrew Costinett
Andrew Lyle
Anthony Nicholson
Aron Seader
Bao Nguyen
Ben Dalton
Ben Ebersole
Ben Strauss
Benjamin Biehl
Brian Smith
Calby Pflager
Carter Mast
Charity Stackley
Charles Nelson
Charles Quann
Chris Anderson
Christiian Knapp
Christopher Alley
Clinton Cass
Colton Wiseman
Daniel Fink
David Habben
David Paulus
David Simpson
David Trinko
Derrick Benallie
Douglas Hopper
Emily Stege
Eric Grosso
Eric Johns
Eric Rasbach
Eric Rasbach
Greg McKee
Hunter Vassau
Jacob Renquist
Jacqueline Hess
Jennifer Serrao
Jesse Dean
Joel Moritz
John Allison
John Purcell
John Whitmore
Jon Slavens
Jonathan Hick
Justin Nelson
Kalen Nataf
Kara Wubbena
Karthik Krishnan
Ken deAlmeida
Kevin Gosselin
Kristen Magowan
Kurt Dageforde
Kyle McGraw
Laura Imbler
Laura Ruff
Leslie Siemens
Lisa Smith
Lydia Fahrenkrug
Marco Peyfuss
Maren Bennet
Mark Goudreault
Markus Lutz
Marshall Simms
Michael Lichtbach
Mike Cookson
Morgan Davis
Nathan Davis
Niaz Morshed
Nick Wagner
Niecha Cary
Paul Avery
Paulo Cesar Tabares
Pilar Delgado
Ravi Singaraju
Rebecca Stock
Robert Adair
Ryan Long
Ryan Sellden
Ryan Ullmann,
Sally Runions
Sarah Bass
Sasanka Karunanayake
Scott Johnson
Scott Little
Sieglinde Kinne
Stephen Hill
Tim Steen
Todd MacDonald,
Tom Riead
Torres Neuhoff
Vijay Srinivasachari
Zaker Ali Syed

Apply for an IAC Assessment

Specific Eligibility Requirements*:
  • Must be a US Manufacturer
  • Yearly Energy Bills:
    • Greater than $100,000
    • Less than $2,500,000
  • Within 150 miles of an IAC

*For special cases, certain requirements may be waived.

Final client selection is left to the discretion of the individual IAC center.

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