Demand flexibility provides significant potential in NYC to reduce carbon emissions, provide improved health and environmental benefits, and support cost-effective electrification and compliance with LL97.
Connor is an Associate in RMI’s Carbon-Free Buildings Practice. His work is focused on the Pathways to Zero Initiative where he supports the adoption of grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEBs). He helps shape the vision for two-way grid-interactive buildings and formulates value propositions for grid and building owners alike.
Prior to joining RMI, Connor helped launch a systems integration startup based in New York City. He has a background in energy optimization strategies, design engineering, and building automation solutions for mission critical facilities and large commercial real estate.
B.S. Computer Science, Duke University
New York City, NY