Mike McDevitt’s 25 years of experience in the industrial energy-efficiency consulting field have given him the ability to know the right questions to ask (after years of sometimes learning the hard way). Commonly asked for his “devil’s advocate” opinion on program and pricing concepts and new business opportunities, Mike’s input and analysis have helped dial in Cascade’s services and make them better.
Mike works with other leadership team members to manage company direction with a focus on profitability. In the time since co-founding Cascade in 1993, he has helped lead Cascade from being a three-person company that provided studies to local utility programs, to a company of over 140 people that provides a diverse range of industrial energy-efficiency services to meet the needs of both utilities and end users across North America. In previous roles at Cascade, Mike provided energy-efficiency consulting services to industrial customers and oversaw our corporate energy management and project engineering teams.
Approximately ten years after Mike and Marcus Wilcox graduated from the same Eastern Oregon high school, they reconnected and ultimately co-founded Cascade Energy with fellow partner, Rob Morton.