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Jacob Feutz

Vice President of Renewable Fuels

Jacob is the vice president of renewable fuels for EnTech Solutions and joined the organization in 2019. He is responsible for project development around our distributed energy initiatives as a form of renewable fuel, as well as for our sustainable fuels and future markets.

Jacob earned his Master of Business Administration degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Kenan-Flagler Business School and received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has more than 13 years of experience in electrical equipment manufacturing.

Outside of work, Jacob enjoys getting off the grid camping and kayaking with his family.

Articles by Jacob

Power vs. Energy: kW vs. kWh

07.28.2022 | Distributed Energy Resources/Microgrids

Power vs. Energy: kW vs. kWh

When talking about distributed energy, we get a lot of questions about kilowatts versus kilowatt hours, the concepts of power and energy. Power is the amount of electricity being generated at a specific point in time. Energy is the cumulative amount over a period of time.

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The Value of Back-Up Power

01.19.2022 | Distributed Energy Resources/Microgrids

The Value of Back-Up Power

Is it possible to have back-up power that’s reliable and efficient? A microgrid combines energy generation with energy storage to take advantage of the benefits of both.

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Changing How We Think About Energy

10.06.2021 | Distributed Energy Resources/Microgrids

Changing How We Think About Energy

The resilience of electricity has always been important, but as more of our products and processes become electrified it becomes more critical by the day. Consider your cost and resilience objectives in your energy plan.

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Rapidly Deployable Microgrids

07.07.2021 | Distributed Energy Resources/Microgrids

Rapidly Deployable Microgrids

One of the biggest challenges for energy grids across the country is building resiliency into the system. How can we quickly recover from unexpected and devastating circumstances? One answer is rapidly deployable microgrids.

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