Wayne Perry has 25 years' experience in all aspects of the compressed air business. Mr. Perry is currently Technical Director for Kaeser Compressors, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Kaeser Kompressoren GMBH. As Technical Director, he has strengthened Kaeser's systems approach by developing and implementing a system-based technical training program for company representatives, both in the US and China. Mr. Perry also worked with Kaeser Compressor and the U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE) to develop and implement Kaeser's USDOE Allied Partner agreement. As an Allied Partner, Mr. Perry served on the USDOE's Best Practices Advisory Committee to help shape future program initiatives.
As a UNIDO Compressed Air Expert and member of the International Team of Experts to the China Motor System Energy Conservation Program, Mr. Perry developed and taught a curriculum to prepare Chinese engineers to conduct compressed air system assessments, develop energy efficiency projects, and train factory personnel. He has also worked with the China National Institute of Standards to provide technical review of Standard GB/T 13466, General Principles of Economical Operation for Fan (Pump, Air Compressor) Systems Using Alternating-Current Electric Drives.
Mr. Perry is Kaeser Compressor's representative to Compressed Air and Gas Institute (CAGI),a former chairman and current member of the Energy Awareness Committee, and Vice-Chairman of the Rotary Positive Section, which develops standards and performance reporting for rotary screw compressors.
In addition, Mr. Perry was actively involved in the formation of and served as CAGI's representative on the Board of Directors for the Compressed Air Challenge (CAC), an extensive industry partnership that seeks to improve compressed air system performance through training and education.
Mr Perry is a CAC/DOE Qualified AIRMaster+ Specialist and has provided extensive technical review of CAC and USDOE publications on compressed air system efficiency. He is also on the Consensus Board of the Georgia Tech Energy and Environmental Management Center, responsible for review of the ANSI/MSE 2000 Management System for Energy standards.