The Naval Air Station Oceana deep energy retrofit is a four-phase endeavor that is unprecedented in both size and scope. The project is projected to reduce energy use by over 40 percent across more than 100 retrofitted buildings, saving the naval base over $6 million in annual energy costs.
Michael supports RMI’s Residential Energy+ and Building Electrification initiatives, and is currently focused on providing both project developers and policymakers with the information and resources they need to drive a market shift toward a more efficient, affordable, and equitable housing stock.
Michael utilizes a background in cost estimating and project management that comes from a diverse array of experience in the construction industry. His past work has included serving over 30 cities through ongoing technical assistance on residential policies, cost-estimating over 1,000 commercial energy retrofits and solar installations, and building bridges in South America.
EDUCATION & AWARDS
M.Sc., Building Systems Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder
B.Sc., magna cum laude, Construction Management, University of Colorado Boulder