Lime Energy Appoints Luccarelli as COO

Energy efficiency firm Lime Energy Co. announced that it has appointed Philip Luccarelli as Chief Operating Officer.

Luccarelli has more than 25 years of management and operations experience. He will oversee all Lime Energy operations, including regional works across the U.S.

He also will manage the implementation of the company’s national utility solutions business as well as the expansion of its energy efficiency products and services into new market sectors across the country. Luccarelli also is tasked with building new efficiencies into the company’s project implementation and supply chain management.

Luccarelli joins Lime Energy from Altice USA where he served as VP of Field Service Operations and was directly responsible for service delivery operations for 4.6 million customers spanning across 20 states. 

“We are excited to welcome Phil to the executive leadership team and to the Lime Energy family,” said Adam Procell, Lime Energy’s CEO and President. “Phil brings the management expertise needed to ensure a world class field operation and project implementation engine, critical to Lime Energy’s growth targets and to the expansion of our innovative energy efficiency products and services for utilities and commercial businesses.”

Prior to Altice, Luccarelli served as senior vce president of HomeServe USA, where he managed operations for all home warranty and repair services, including the oversight of 3,000 technicians. Luccarelli’s experience also includes director and senior management positions at ADT Security Systems and GPU First Energy.

“I am thrilled to join the Lime Energy team,” said Luccarelli. “Lime Energy is a pillar in the commercial energy efficiency sector and I am excited to be part of its innovative culture. I look forward to the opportunity to build upon its strong operational foundation and help position the company to exceed its future growth targets.”

 

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