The American Solar Energy Society (ASES) has elected three new members to its board of directors. Mary Guzowski, associate professor of architecture at the University of Minnesota, represents ASES' solar buildings division. She works on Minnesota's Initiative for Renewable Energy in Architecture (reARCH) and is the author of the books Daylighting for Sustainable Design and Toward Zero-Energy Architecture.
David Panich, an owner at Panich + Noel Architects in Parkersburg, W.V., represents ASES' sustainability division. A 1971 graduate of the Ohio University School of Architecture, he has been designing passive-solar and energy-conserving residential and commercial buildings throughout his career. He serves on the board of Green Energy Ohio.
Phil Smithers is technical services leader in the renewable energy unit of APS, Arizona's largest electric utility company. He represents ASES' clean energy division. His background is in civil, structural and mechanical design, project management and transmission siting.
SOURCE: American Solar Energy Society