Every time you use cold water instead of hot, you save energy and money.
A dripping faucet is more than annoying... it's expensive. Report leaky faucets to save on your water bill.
Leaks inside the toilet can waste up to 300 gallons of water a day. Toilet leaks can be detected by adding a few
drops of food coloring to water in the toilet tank. If the colored water appears in the bowl, the toilet is leaking.
Do not let the faucet flow while brushing your teeth. Use a glass of water for rinsing teeth.
Take showers instead of baths to save about 1000 gallons per month.
Wait until your dishwasher is full before using it.
Wait until you have a full load of laundry before running the machine to save both water and energy.
Refrigerate a bottle of drinking water instead of letting a faucet flow until the water is cold enough to drink.
Cut down on the amount of rinsing you do before loading the dishwasher. Most modern dishwashers do an excellent job of
cleaning dishes, pots, and pans all by themselves.
Don’t let the faucet run while you clean vegetables. Rinse them in a filled sink or pan. This can save 150 to 250
gallons a month.
Save electricity by plugging electronics into a power strip that can be turned off when your electronics
are not in use.
Unplug cell phone chargers and appliances when not in use.
Use smaller lamps over work areas so work can be done without lighting the whole room.
When using a clothes dryer, wait until you have a full load.
Clean the lint filter thoroughly after each load. A clogged filter restricts the flow of air and reduces
the performance of the dryer.
Turn your computer off when not in use. Most experts agree that turning your computer on and off will have
no significant effect on their operation or life.
Use a laptop. A typical desktop computer consumes about 10 times the power as most laptop computers.
Set your thermostats at 78° F in the summer and 68° F in the winter and leave them there. You can immediately
realize a 3% to 5% decrease in energy use for every degree you adjust the thermostat.
In the winter, open curtains and shades to let the sun warm your home naturally.
During the winter dress warmly, even indoors. This will allow you to set your thermostat a few degrees
lower and still stay comfortable.
Avoid using appliances that give off a lot of heat during hot summer days.
President & CEO
Dave was working in property management when he recognized the need for a better utility billing solution in
the multifamily industry. He founded Conservice in 2000, relying on his HR background to attract a team of
talented employees to grow the business.
Dave still oversees the daily operations of the company, fostering a unique work environment
where employees are encouraged to share their ideas. Dave received a bachelor’s degree in business management
and a master’s degree in human resource management, both from Utah State University.
Marc is widely known as the foremost expert in all aspects of utility management regulatory issues. He currently
serves as co-chair on the board of directors of the Utility Conservation Coalition. He works to identify
legislative opportunities and supports lobbying efforts to ensure the best interests of multifamily owners and
managers are protected. He often attends key legislative meetings and hearings and participates in drafting
legislation. Sample lease language written by Marc has been published in legal handbooks. After receiving a BA
degree in economics from UCLA, Marc earned both a JD and MBA from the University of San Diego.
Chief Sales Officer
John has been a leader in the multifamily market and is considered one of the experts in utility management.
John has been a resource to multifamily executives since 1997 and become their trusted partner in designing and
implementing the right program to fit each clients’ specific needs. John remains involved with his clients
long after the sale and implementation. After completing his undergraduate degree at Arizona State University,
John received a master’s degree in international business from Grand Canyon University.
COO Billing Services
Aimee began working for Conservice in 2003 and currently oversees all utility billing operations within the
company. Aimee has overseen the development of a number of utility billing solutions, including quality control
enhancements to ensure billing accuracy and timeliness for our clients. Our Military, Campus, and HOA solutions
were all also developed under her leadership.
J. Matthew Miller
COO Utility Services
Matt is Conservice’s Chief Operating Officer for Utility Services and brings 12 years of industry knowledge,
product development, and utility management experience to this role. Utility Services includes SyNERGY, Single
Family, OPTIMyZE, and Conservice Energy. Many of Matt’s ideas have become full Conservice offerings, including
Conservice Energy and the SyNERGY sales tax audit service, SyNTAX. Matt holds an MBA from Weber State University’s
Goddard School of Business and a B.A. from Utah State University.
VP of Sales
Jerry effectively leads all sales operations for Conservice. With over 17 years of experience, he is one of the
most experienced sales associates in the industry. His ability to foster true partnerships allows Conservice to
effectively meet and exceed client expectations. Jerry is actively involved with NMHC as well as NAA on the state
and national level. Jerry holds an undergraduate degree from Midwestern State University and an MBA from Baker
VP of Strategic Partnerships
With over 12 years of experience in the multifamily industry, Cary is known for his ability to effectively
develop and maintain strategic partnerships. He is skilled at developing utility billing and management
solutions that meet the specific needs of each management company, and especially the student housing market.
He holds both BS and MS degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies from UT Dallas.
Chief Financial Officer
Greg Cole has been with Conservice since 2003, where he now serves as Chief Financial Officer. He brings
over 12 years of financial and management experience and has been instrumental in creating several custom
accounting processes that are used by Conservice. Greg has been involved with various business acquisitions
and oversees the financial risk management for our retail electric provider. Greg received an MBA and an
accounting degree from Utah State University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.
Chief Information Officer
Rich has led the IT department at Conservice since 2006, ensuring his team always has the tools and skills
necessary to develop and fine-tune customized solutions that meet the needs of our clients. Rich is an industry
expert in seamless data integration, allowing the Conservice programs to easily integrate with nearly any property
management software. Rich holds a bachelor’s degree in business information systems from Utah State University.
VP of Account Management
Liz began working for Conservice in 2004 and has overseen the development of the Account Management team. Her team
ensures our clients’ needs are met to the highest standards while providing the Conservice experience. Liz’s ability
to effectively create and foster relationships has helped her manage several key client accounts while in this role.
Liz has also played an instrumental role in the development of key client reporting.
Regional Sales Manager
Kim Macinnes joined the Conservice team in 2012 and has over 13 years of experience in the utility management industry.
Her passion for fostering relationships and her and attention to the needs and goals of our clients make her an essential
contributor to our team. Kim oversees all sales efforts for the Conservice Student Housing platform.
VP of Student Housing
Amy got her start at Conservice in 2006 and as early as 2007 was working as a Team Lead in the Campus
Solutions department. She currently oversees the internal operational responsibilities of the student
housing market. Under Amy's leadership the department has developed effective and reliable billing
and quality control programs that apply to the entire Student Housing platform.
National Sales Manager
Michael joined Conservice in 2014 as Director of Commercial Services. Michael is involved with the
International Council of Shopping Centers and has built and managed various utility management
systems for multiple companies. These responsibilities have given him extensive experience with
Multifamily, Shopping Center, Commercial, and Government clients. Michael holds a bachelor's degree
in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.
VP of Commercial Utility Solutions
Todd is Vice President of Conservice's Commercial Utility Solutions and brings 8 years of industry knowledge
and utility management experience to this role. His ability to invent and improve processes has led to new product
offerings and significant operational efficiencies, including the addition of the automated processes that provide
numerous benefits to our SyNCOM and Synergy products today. Todd is actively involved in ICSC on the state and national
level and holds a BS in Public Relations from Utah State University.
Director of Military Solutions
VP of Account Management
Coleen has worked in the utility management and billing industry since 1996. In 2005, she began
working with the military utility housing program, quickly becoming the leading expert in the military
privatization program. She came to Conservice to head our Military Solutions program in May of 2012,
bringing extensive knowledge of the nuances of military utility billing, including baseline and utility
allowance methodologies. Coleen has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from San Diego
State University and an MBA from National University. She also holds a Green Belt in Six Sigma.
VP of Single Family Utility Solutions
Patricia joined the Conservice team in 2010. During her tenure here at Conservice, Patricia has worked
within our multifamily billing service as a Senior Team Lead, Team Lead, and Billing Manager. She became
the Director of Single Family Utility Solutions in 2013. In her current role as VP, Patricia
oversees all of the operations within the single family service. Prior to Conservice, Patricia worked in
property management in Brazil. Patricia earned a B.A. from the Pontifica Universidade Catolica de Sao Paulo.