U.S. Department of Energy
David Nemtzow is Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office, where among other responsibilities he coordinates LPO’s Virtual Power Plant initiative, which provides financing to large, innovative, interconnected projects built on renewables, demand flexibility, efficiency, storage, EVs and other clean DERs. Previously he was the director of DOE’s Building Technologies Office. David brings decades of experience in the field, including serving as director-general (CEO) of the Department of Energy, Utilities, and Sustainability for New South Wales, Australia; as president (CEO) of the Alliance to Save Energy, a Washington, D.C.-based association of industry, government, utility, consumer, and environmental executives that promotes investment in energy efficiency; chief policy officer at Ice Energy, Inc., a distributed energy storage startup company; head of a California-based energy and utility consulting practice; and a senior energy staff member to then-U.S. Rep. (and now Sen.) Ed Markey. David has served on numerous governmental advisory committees and the boards of energy associations and organizations. He publishes and speaks regularly in the field. He earned a master's degree from Harvard University in public policy and a bachelor's from Brown University in environmental policy.
All Sessions by David Nemtzow
Smart Approaches for Building Electrification & Carbon Reduction
This session will explore both new construction and retrofit examples of buildings that embraced electrification and eliminated carbon emissions. Deploying smart technologies is not an end but a means – along with a set of strategic design and equipment selection choices – to reduce a building’s carbon footprint and provide a compelling return on investment for the building owner. Whether you are involved in a new building project or trying to find the best path for your existing building, this session will help you thread the needle of smart solutions with a solid business case behind them.