Jack Teener

Jack Teener

  • Carbon-Free Buildings

Jack is an associate with RMI’s Carbon-Free Buildings group, providing analytic support to the team with a focus on the efforts of the IDEA Hub.


While pursuing dual master’s degrees at the University of Michigan, Jack pursued opportunities related to carbon-free buildings and electricity as well as urban transformation. He worked with the City of Ann Arbor to model a microgrid network with a focus on benefiting low-income populations of the city. Jack completed a capstone project to design a microgrid network for a farmer training center in South Africa. He worked for Stewards of Affordable Housing with the Future on the Energy and Sustainability team as a building decarbonization expert, developing a carbon accounting methodology tool and studying the implementation of equitable decarbonization in multifamily housing.


MS, Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan
MS, Energy Systems Engineering, University of Michigan
BSE, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan

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