In the face of the climate crisis, organizations are looking to electrification and renewable energy as a way to get buildings, energy systems, and vehicles off of fossil fuels. But fears abound that plugging too many things into the grid could overwhelm the system and lead to blackouts. Over the…
Maggie is a Senior Associate on RMI’s Carbon-Free Buildings team, supporting both the REALIZE and Portfolio Energy Optimization initiatives.
Prior to joining RMI, Maggie worked for a building design firm streamlining low-income housing garage retrofit projects in East Palo Alto, CA, and performing CA Title 24 compliance. She was one of the founding members of the UM Living Building Challenge team while she was at University of Michigan, retrofitting a historical home in Ann Arbor to achieve net-zero water while maintaining its net-zero energy status.
MS, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Sustainable Design & Construction, Stanford University
BS, Civil Engineering, University of Michigan