TINTON FALLS, NJ — Warshauer Electric Supply, a New Jersey based electrical wholesaler, is pleased to announce the promotion of Shawn Renner, BSEE, to its Commercial Lighting Department as Commercial Lighting Sales Engineer. In his new role, Mr. Renner will not only be assisting customers with all of their commercial lighting needs, but will continue to serve as our energy auditor. Mr. Renner is based out of Warshauer’s Corporate Headquarters, located in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, but will serve customers throughout the state.
Mr. Renner joined Warshauer in May 2012 as part of the Management Trainee Program, where he spent time in every department, learning the ins and outs of Warshauer’s entire line of product and service offerings. On top of completing the Management Trainee Program, Mr. Renner has also taken on the role of Warshauer’s Energy Auditor, which he will carry with him to his new position. As the Energy Auditor, he has taken on the responsibility of being Warshauer’s LED specialist, and utilizes his knowledge to perform energy audit site visits. These visits are designed to identify all of the ways in which customers can reduce operating costs by changing lighting layout and design, upgrading fixtures and controls and by taking advantage of various rebates and incentives offered through New Jersey’s SmartStart Buildings and Clean Energy Programs.
Mr. Renner is a graduate of The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), where he holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He has also obtained many professional certifications, which includes NAILD’s Lighting Specialist I (LSI), which uses a “hands-on” approach to teach the technological aspects of the lighting industry. Other certifications include: IES NJ, Lutron Fundamentals of Commercial and Residential Lighting Control, GE Fundamentals of Lighting, AGi32 Lighting Software, and ecoInsight. Mr. Renner is also in the process of obtaining his Lighting Specialist 2 (LSII), which expands on the LSI and focuses more on applied lighting in the marketplace.Tagged with tED