Neil Veilleux is a Vice President at Meister Consultants Group, an international consultancy focusing on renewable energy and climate policy. Neil specializes in renewable heating and cooling (RH&C) markets. He currently works with technology manufacturers and city planners from Boston, New York City, Boulder, and Washington, DC to scale up RH&C deployment in cities. He also regularly works with state agencies on RH&C policy. Recent clients include the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources. Internationally, Neil led an analysis of next generation RH&C policies for the International Energy Agency and was lead author for a study on innovative solar water heating financing and business models for the United Nations Environment Program. Before joining MCG, Neil served as a Rappaport Public Policy Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and as a Fulbright scholar in Germany.