Energy Systems Specialist
The College of New Jersey
Mechanical Engineering Services
Jack Fehn currently serves as the Energy Systems Specialist for the Department of Central Utilities at The College of New Jersey. In this capacity he is responsible for the monitoring of TCNJ’s energy consumption and implementation of new technologies to help reduce future energy consumption and the College’s carbon foot print. In addition, Mr. Fehn maintains the department’s website, and installs and maintains Central Utilities’ instrumentation and control computers, and provides training on this equipment for the department’s staff. Mr. Fehn began his work at the College in 1990 as a campus electrician. Among his responsibilities were assisting with the design and installation of electronic door access and card reader systems.
For the College of New Jersey, he has served as members of the Staff Senate, The Committee for Student and Campus Community, the TCNJ Housing Master Plan Committee (HMPC), and the Committee for Planning and Priorities (CPP). He currently serves as convener for the Helen Shaw Special Achievement Memorial Award Fund Committee (2014-2016), and was the recipient of this award in 2010.
Mr. Fehn is a New Jersey state licensed electrician and was an independent contractor from 1987 – 2010, and has served as a member of the Central Jersey Electrical League (CJEL) since 2000 and currently serves as a member of the league’s executive board. In 2012 Mr. Fehn served as the Chair of the Membership Committee for the Florence Township Cub Scout Troop 3 and as a Den Leader in 2013.
Mr. Fehn earned an Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering from Mercer County Community College in May of 2004. He resides in Florence Township, New Jersey with his wife, Heather and son, Harrison.