Frank Dalene is the Founder of Telemark, Inc., Hamptons Green Alliance and Carbon Factor, Inc. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Nyack College, was inducted into the New York State CICU, 2010 Alumni Hall of Distinction and received the 2018 Alumni of the Year Socially Relevant Award, For Innovative Leadership to Engage and Influence Social and Global Issues. Frank served on several Advisory Boards and Board of Directors. He judged two national design awards and the Attainable Long Island Green Home Design Competition. He is active in several civic and philanthropic organizations. Frank is the past chair of the East Hampton Energy Sustainability Committee where he led the Town Board to unanimously adopt the Comprehensive Energy Vision and the community wide goal to be 100% Renewable in Electricity, Transportation and Heating Fuels, the first municipality on the east coast to make such a commitment. Frank’s organizations have received several state and national awards for excellence. The HGA House received the 2010 Net Zero Residential Building Award from the New York Solar Energy Industries Association and State of New York Legislative Resolutions from the New York State Senate and Assembly, where both Legislative Bodies “paused in its deliberations to honor the Hamptons Green Alliance upon the occasion of their designation for special recognition for the construction of a “net zero” green home”. Frank was invited to submit a peer reviewed paper published in July 2012 in the American Institute of Physics, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy (Vol.4, Issue 4), Special Topic Issue: “Low-Carbon Society for a Green Economy” titled, “Technology and Information Management for Low-Carbon Building”. He has authored several articles and was invited to speak around the world on the topic of Green, Sustainable, Resilient and Smart Built Systems.