Today, few buildings in the world are carbon neutral, or produce net-zero carbon emissions, but as the electric grid decreases its reliance on fossil fuels, the building stock must wane its dependence on carbon producing systems inside buildings in turn. For owners of large buildings in dense urban environments, implementing…
Connor is an Associate in RMI’s 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