To meet U.S.’ climate goals and protect public health, we need to comprehensively retrofit low-income households through beneficial electrification.
Bomee Jung provides independent strategic advisory services to select buildings-sector organizations, including architecture and engineering firms and climate-focused non-profits.
For over a decade, she has contributed to NYC’s climate leadership through policy and programmatic innovations. At the NYC Housing Authority, the largest apartment owner in the US, she led the development and implementation of public housing’s most ambitious 10-year strategic sustainability plan, including a $700 million program of energy performance contracts, a $300 million heat and hot water electrification program, a 25-megawatt community solar program, and the city’s first new pneumatic waste collection system in 47 years. Prior to NYCHA, she designed and led the NYC climate programs of Enterprise Community Partners, a national leader in affordable housing.
Bomee holds a Master in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and serves on the boards of NY Passive House (nypassivehouse.org) and the Institute for Market Transformation (imt.org).