Emma Johnson

Emma Johnson

Seattle City Light

    Emma Johnson has worked for Seattle City Light as a program manager since 2018, managing a variety of C&I energy efficiency and midstream HVAC, Water Heating, and Lighting programs. Currently she manages a new demand response pilot for residential smart thermostats called TempWise. Previously, she worked for the City of Bellevue as a Resource Conservation Manager and the WA Department of Ecology as a Solid Waste and Financial Assistance Specialist. She has a master’s in public administration from the UW Evans School of Public Affairs and an undergraduate degree from WWU’s College of the Environment. Her hobbies and passions include whitewater kayaking, free-flowing wild rivers, biking, backcountry skiing, gardening, and zero waste principles.

    All Sessions by Emma Johnson

    Day 2 August 16, 2023
    1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

    On-Site Renewables & EV Charging

    Buildings are changing as they meet the challenge of net zero carbon emissions. Some buildings are positioned to deploy solar arrays and most buildings are and will be adapting to a vehicle fleet that is increasingly electric – and needing to be charged while parked. This session will explore case studies of building owners who are embracing these changes and how smart technologies are helping them with the transition including the huge challenge of integrating EV charging and what it means for electrical service size for electrical and grid-interactive capabilities.

    Day One August 22, 2022
    10:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings (GEBs)

    This session will feature two “case study” presentations on GEBs. Additional SMEs will join in a moderated discussion of GEB potential.