Ed Stoermer

Cogen and CHP System Sales Engineer

Ed graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Business Administration. He later added an Executive Master of Business Administration from Xavier University.

Ed’s primary focus is the design and application of combined heat and power systems, using gas and steam turbine generators with heat recovery steam boilers (1-200MW) to help industrial clients improve their plant’s reliability and reduce overall emissions. The ultimate goal is to achieve sustainability goals while simultaneously improving the plant’s bottom line profitability through improved energy efficiency. Current projects include refinery power and steam systems, standby power for data centers, specialty fuels, large central steam boilers, and complete steam plant upgrades for healthcare facilities.

In 1999, Ed merged the Stoermer Equipment Company with the RG Anderson Company to form Stoermer-Anderson Inc., a manufacturers rep firm, later selling this to the partners in 2007.

Ed currently lives in Northwest Montana but spends much time in the Midwest to work on power, steam, and special projects. He supports Lathrop Trotter with consulting and training for internal staff and clients and provides expertise in applying gas and steam turbines, boilers, burners, and the balance of plant systems. Ed has been involved in over 400 MWe of CHP projects since he joined the team in 2012.

In his free time, he enjoys backcountry biking, hunting, fishing, and wilderness adventures on horseback and hiking with family and friends.


Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming Territory

Ed Stoermer