Leadership

Lili Delalat.

Lili Delalat

Chief Information Officer/Interim CEO, Artis Energy Intelligence

Lili brings more than 15 years of Wall Street trading, real-time processing and analytics technology experience to her role as Chief Information Officer of Artis Energy Intelligence. Lili’s focus is in driving technology strategy to create efficient business processes across the AEI organization and its RTIS® energy analytics and management platform. Throughout her career, she has a track record of innovation and successful large-scale deployments allowing for productivity gains and competitive advantage. In her previous roles, she has overseen global systems and infrastructure network supporting an integrated, cross-discipline organization providing real-time 

data and analytics. Prior joining AEI, Lili served as a technology executive and a Managing Director with Thomson Reuters, Wachovia, Goldman Sachs, and Lehman Brothers. Lili has Masters in Computer Science and Bachelor of Engineering degrees from the University of Nebraska.

Lili Delalat.

Lili Delalat

Chief Information Officer/Interim CEO, Artis Energy Intelligence

Lili brings more than 15 years of Wall Street trading, real-time processing and analytics technology experience to her role as Chief Information Officer of Artis Energy Intelligence. Lili’s focus is in driving technology strategy to create efficient business processes across the AEI organization and its RTIS® energy analytics and management platform. Throughout her career, she has a track record of innovation and successful large-scale deployments allowing for productivity gains and competitive advantage. In her previous roles, she has overseen global systems and infrastructure network supporting an integrated, cross-discipline organization providing real-time 

data and analytics. Prior joining AEI, Lili served as a technology executive and a Managing Director with Thomson Reuters, Wachovia, Goldman Sachs, and Lehman Brothers. Lili has Masters in Computer Science and Bachelor of Engineering degrees from the University of Nebraska.

Lili Delalat.

Lili Delalat

Chief Information Officer/Interim CEO, Artis Energy Intelligence

Lili brings more than 15 years of Wall Street trading, real-time processing and analytics technology experience to her role as Chief Information Officer of Artis Energy Intelligence. Lili’s focus is in driving technology strategy to create efficient business processes across the AEI organization and its RTIS® energy analytics and management platform. Throughout her career, she has a track record of innovation and successful large-scale deployments allowing for productivity gains and competitive advantage. In her previous roles, she has overseen global systems and infrastructure network supporting an integrated, cross-discipline organization providing real-time data and analytics. Prior joining AEI, Lili served as a technology executive and a Managing Director with Thomson Reuters, Wachovia, Goldman Sachs, and Lehman Brothers. Lili has Masters in Computer Science and Bachelor of Engineering degrees from the University of Nebraska.

Lili Delalat.

Lili Delalat

Chief Information Officer/Interim CEO, Artis Energy Intelligence

Lili brings more than 15 years of Wall Street trading, real-time processing and analytics technology experience to her role as Chief Information Officer of Artis Energy Intelligence. Lili’s focus is in driving technology strategy to create efficient business processes across the AEI organization and its RTIS® energy analytics and management platform. Throughout her career, she has a track record of innovation and successful large-scale deployments allowing for productivity gains and competitive advantage. In her previous roles, she has overseen global systems and infrastructure network supporting an integrated, cross-discipline organization providing real-time data and analytics. Prior joining AEI, Lili served as a technology executive and a Managing Director with Thomson Reuters, Wachovia, Goldman Sachs, and Lehman Brothers. Lili has Masters in Computer Science and Bachelor of Engineering degrees from the University of Nebraska.

Zach Martin

Product Manager, Artis Energy Intelligence

Zach Martin is the Product Manager for Artis Energy Intelligence. He has been instrumental in capturing and integrating both client and market needs for the RTIS® platform.
Mr. Martin’s extensive experience working with utility rates, tariffs, and third-party supply agreements helped him create and automate the utility rate engine component of the RTIS® platform. He has spent many hours reviewing and analyzing thousands of utility bills and facility energy consumption data points. By doing so, Mr. Martin developed a proprietary methodology that reviews utility data to determine energy savings opportunities through peak load reductions, waste energy avoidance, utility rate optimization, grid peak avoidance, and equipment optimization strategies.

Mr. Martin has been guiding the RTIS® development team in creating automated trending and Measurement & Verification (M&V) algorithms. These algorithms are informed by real-time energy data, historical performance, external factors, and years of engagements with customers ranging from small commercial/industrials to Fortune 500 companies.
Mr. Martin has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance, and an MBA in finance from Sacred Heart University. At Sacred Heart, he was a member of the Division I track and field team. He is also an Eagle Scout.

Zach Martin

Product Manager, Artis Energy Intelligence

Zach Martin is the Product Manager for Artis Energy Intelligence. He has been instrumental in capturing and integrating both client and market needs for the RTIS® platform.
Mr. Martin’s extensive experience working with utility rates, tariffs, and third-party supply agreements helped him create and automate the utility rate engine component of the RTIS® platform. He has spent many hours reviewing and analyzing thousands of utility bills and facility energy consumption data points. By doing so, Mr. Martin developed a proprietary methodology that reviews utility data to determine energy savings opportunities through peak load reductions, waste energy avoidance, utility rate optimization, grid peak avoidance, and equipment optimization strategies.

Mr. Martin has been guiding the RTIS® development team in creating automated trending and Measurement & Verification (M&V) algorithms. These algorithms are informed by real-time energy data, historical performance, external factors, and years of engagements with customers ranging from small commercial/industrials to Fortune 500 companies.
Mr. Martin has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance, and an MBA in finance from Sacred Heart University. At Sacred Heart, he was a member of the Division I track and field team. He is also an Eagle Scout.

Zach Martin

Product Manager, Artis Energy Intelligence

Zach Martin is the Product Manager for Artis Energy Intelligence. He has been instrumental in capturing and integrating both client and market needs for the RTIS® platform.
Mr. Martin’s extensive experience working with utility rates, tariffs, and third-party supply agreements helped him create and automate the utility rate engine component of the RTIS® platform. He has spent many hours reviewing and analyzing thousands of utility bills and facility energy consumption data points. By doing so, Mr. Martin developed a proprietary methodology that reviews utility data to determine energy savings opportunities through peak load reductions, waste energy avoidance, utility rate optimization, grid peak avoidance, and equipment optimization strategies.

Mr. Martin has been guiding the RTIS® development team in creating automated trending and Measurement & Verification (M&V) algorithms. These algorithms are informed by real-time energy data, historical performance, external factors, and years of engagements with customers ranging from small commercial/industrials to Fortune 500 companies.
Mr. Martin has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance, and an MBA in finance from Sacred Heart University. At Sacred Heart, he was a member of the Division I track and field team. He is also an Eagle Scout.

Zach Martin

Product Manager, Artis Energy Intelligence

Zach Martin is the Product Manager for Artis Energy Intelligence. He has been instrumental in capturing and integrating both client and market needs for the RTIS® platform.
Mr. Martin’s extensive experience working with utility rates, tariffs, and third-party supply agreements helped him create and automate the utility rate engine component of the RTIS® platform. He has spent many hours reviewing and analyzing thousands of utility bills and facility energy consumption data points. By doing so, Mr. Martin developed a proprietary methodology that reviews utility data to determine energy savings opportunities through peak load reductions, waste energy avoidance, utility rate optimization, grid peak avoidance, and equipment optimization strategies.

Mr. Martin has been guiding the RTIS® development team in creating automated trending and Measurement & Verification (M&V) algorithms. These algorithms are informed by real-time energy data, historical performance, external factors, and years of engagements with customers ranging from small commercial/industrials to Fortune 500 companies.
Mr. Martin has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance, and an MBA in finance from Sacred Heart University. At Sacred Heart, he was a member of the Division I track and field team. He is also an Eagle Scout.

Megan Lytle

Senior Analyst, Artis Energy Intelligence

Megan is a Senior Analyst at Artis Energy Intelligence. As an analyst, she helps customers understand the key drivers of their energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions including facility equipment and operations, utility rates and tariffs, and real-time market conditions. These insights enable customers to identify and precisely evaluate savings opportunities.

Megan has a master’s degree in applied mathematics from New York University, and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Oregon State University. Prior to joining AEI in May 2017, she did research in atmospheric science and worked on wind energy resource assessments.

Megan Lytle

Senior Analyst, Artis Energy Intelligence

Megan is a Senior Analyst at Artis Energy Intelligence. As an analyst, she helps customers understand the key drivers of their energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions including facility equipment and operations, utility rates and tariffs, and real-time market conditions. These insights enable customers to identify and precisely evaluate savings opportunities.

Megan has a master’s degree in applied mathematics from New York University, and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Oregon State University. Prior to joining AEI in May 2017, she did research in atmospheric science and worked on wind energy resource assessments.

Megan Lytle

Senior Analyst, Artis Energy Intelligence

Megan is a Senior Analyst at Artis Energy Intelligence. As an analyst, she helps customers understand the key drivers of their energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions including facility equipment and operations, utility rates and tariffs, and real-time market conditions. These insights enable customers to identify and precisely evaluate savings opportunities.
Megan has a master’s degree in applied mathematics from New York University, and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Oregon State University. Prior to joining AEI in May 2017, she did research in atmospheric science and worked on wind energy resource assessments.

Megan Lytle

Senior Analyst, Artis Energy Intelligence

Megan is a Senior Analyst at Artis Energy Intelligence. As an analyst, she helps customers understand the key drivers of their energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions including facility equipment and operations, utility rates and tariffs, and real-time market conditions. These insights enable customers to identify and precisely evaluate savings opportunities.
Megan has a master’s degree in applied mathematics from New York University, and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Oregon State University. Prior to joining AEI in May 2017, she did research in atmospheric science and worked on wind energy resource assessments.

Dan Robertson.

Daniel Robertson

Chief Executive Officer, Artis Energy Solutions

Daniel is the Chief Executive Officer of Artis Energy Solutions. He has over 20 years of experience in multiple local and national roles serving government, commercial, and industrial customers. Prior to joining AES in January 2016, Dan spent 19 years in various leadership positions with General Electric Company’s Industrial and Energy businesses, including National Sales Director of GE’s Clarient Diagnostic Services and National Accounts Accounts Manager for GE Healthcare. He is LEED AP accredited, and played a co-lead role in developing GE’s “ecomagination” healthcare program. His teams delivered close to $500 million in revenues at GE by delivering solutions 

focused on client’s strategic goals and financial objectives. Dan has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, along with an MBA from the University of Dallas.

Dan Robertson.

Daniel Robertson

Chief Executive Officer, Artis Energy Solutions

Daniel is the Chief Executive Officer of Artis Energy Solutions. He has over 20 years of experience in multiple local and national roles serving government, commercial, and industrial customers. Prior to joining AES in January 2016, Dan spent 19 years in various leadership positions with General Electric Company’s Industrial and Energy businesses, including National Sales Director of GE’s Clarient Diagnostic Services and National Accounts Accounts Manager for GE Healthcare. He is LEED AP accredited, and played a co-lead role in developing GE’s “ecomagination” healthcare program. His teams delivered close to $500 million in revenues at GE by delivering solutions 

focused on client’s strategic goals and financial objectives. Dan has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, along with an MBA from the University of Dallas.

Dan Robertson.

Daniel Robertson

Chief Executive Officer, Artis Energy Solutions

Daniel is the Chief Executive Officer of Artis Energy Solutions. He has over 20 years of experience in multiple local and national roles serving government, commercial, and industrial customers. Prior to joining AES in January 2016, Dan spent 19 years in various leadership positions with General Electric Company’s Industrial and Energy businesses, including National Sales Director of GE’s Clarient Diagnostic Services and National Accounts Accounts Manager for GE Healthcare. He is LEED AP accredited, and played a co-lead role in developing GE’s “ecomagination” healthcare program. His teams delivered close to $500 million in revenues at GE by delivering solutions focused on client’s strategic goals and financial objectives. Dan has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, along with an MBA from the University of Dallas.

Dan Robertson.

Daniel Robertson

Chief Executive Officer, Artis Energy Solutions

Daniel is the Chief Executive Officer of Artis Energy Solutions. He has over 20 years of experience in multiple local and national roles serving government, commercial, and industrial customers. Prior to joining AES in January 2016, Dan spent 19 years in various leadership positions with General Electric Company’s Industrial and Energy businesses, including National Sales Director of GE’s Clarient Diagnostic Services and National Accounts Accounts Manager for GE Healthcare. He is LEED AP accredited, and played a co-lead role in developing GE’s “ecomagination” healthcare program. His teams delivered close to $500 million in revenues at GE by delivering solutions focused on client’s strategic goals and financial objectives. Dan has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, along with an MBA from the University of Dallas.