Fred Mazurski, C.E.M., CDSM
Principal, Distributed Generation
Fred is a Principal Consultant with ZGlobal focusing on reducing energy costs and usage by way of the alternative technologies for clients. Prior to ZGlobal, Fred was with USG Corporation for 35 years, most recently serving as Director, Energy for USG Corporation. In his capacity at USG he was responsible for energy cost and usage for over 65 plants in North America. Responsibilities included the supply of natural gas and electricity to the plants, management of two FERC regulated pipelines, management of capacity owned by USG on over 20 interstate pipelines, working with the team that managed the Corporate natural gas hedge program, and implementation of measures to reduce energy consumption per unit of finished product.
In addition to the above, he was instrumental in negotiating agreements for two ground mount solar fields, a rooftop solar installation, a battery storage project, and a 60-mile gas pipeline to a facility in Nevada. Under his direction, a best in class electricity cost tracking and utility bill verification system was developed and rolled out.
Fred was also USG’s representative on over 20 industrial user groups and was Vice Chair Gas for the California Manufacturers and Technology Association for 10 years, Chair of the Indiana Industrial Energy Consumers for three years, was appointed by Governor Glendening to the Maryland legislative committee which explored electric deregulation in that state, was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger to the CAISO nominating committee, and was the Texas Industrial Energy Consumers recipient of the Robert L. Wright Chairmen’s award.
Fred has a B.S. degree in Management from the University of Illinois and an MBA from Roosevelt University in Chicago. In addition, he has C.E.M. and CDSM certifications from the Association of Energy Engineers.