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…
Sheldon is a manager with RMI’s buildings practice where he is working with a team to build an in-house analytical tool called Portfolio Energy Optimization that evaluates large portfolios of buildings for deep energy retrofits across North America while optimizing around investment thresholds, carbon emissions, utility rates, weather zones, and end-use cases.
Sheldon has worked internationally having successfully completed projects in Canada, Singapore, and India. In addition to working with multinational corporations, research firms, and international non-profits, he has worked with grassroots organizations focused on improving clean energy access to poor underserved communities in rural India.
His projects have covered net-zero energy districts, co-generation design, energy audits, feasibility studies, and using software like CAD, eQuest, and Energy+.
Prior to joining RMI, Sheldon worked as a lead mechanical engineer, designing co-generation plants and conducting energy audits and feasibility studies for large commercial and multi-family facilities in New York City.
MSc, Energy Management and Systems Technology, New York Institute of Technology
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology
Energy Management Achievement Award, New York Institute of Technology, 2011
Why I Love Working At RMI
“I feel grateful to work with likeminded people, proud to contribute toward RMI’s vision, and inspired by the impact of our work”