Eric Dubin is the Senior Director of Utilities and Performance Construction at Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating. In his role, Eric leads a national team of Utility Program Managers who work with the nation’s electric utilities to create beneficial air source heat pump policy. The team works with states, municipalities, and efficiency organizations in order to train, educate, and bring awareness to the growing heat pump sector. Eric also leads a group of performance construction and building science experts whose role includes working to train builders and remodelers as to the benefits of high-performance home electrification utilizing air course heat pumps. Prior to joining Mitsubishi Electric in 2011, Eric worked for 15 years in a variety of engineering, sales, and project management roles for the utility National Grid. Eric also worked as Director of Government and Regulatory affairs at the JV Climate Energy-ECR International, working to develop federal and state CHP policy. Eric is active across the U.S. in education and policy development, serving roles such as on the Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pump (ASHP) Advisory Council of the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership.
- BSc, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
- MBA, Boston University