Charles Pelletier of Distech Controls is named to the CABA Board of Directors

November 24, 2022

The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Charles Pelletier of Distech Controls to the CABA Board of Directors.

“I’m honored and thrilled to join the CABA board of directors and contribute to its mission of fostering informed thought leadership and collaboration within intelligent built environments along with our peers and industry stakeholders,” said Charles Pelletier. “We all have a role to play in making a more livable, sustainable, and efficient connected world. At Distech Controls, we share the same passion to deliver innovative solutions that can provide better health, better spaces, and better efficiencies.”

As Vice President, Product Management at Distech Controls, now owned by Acuity Brands, Pelletier has built over 20 years of experience in the smart building sector. Mechanical engineer by trade, he ensures Distech Controls’ customers benefit from higher efficiencies, a better understanding of overall energy use, and an enhanced occupant experience.

“The CABA board is delighted to have Charles Pelletier join our team,” said Greg Walker, CEO of CABA. “His extensive product knowledge and wealth of experience over two critical decades of smart building evolution will be invaluable to CABA as we work with our members to develop the industry and advance intelligent technologies.”

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