With more than 13 years of experience leading analytical and field services in the energy efficiency and renewable sectors, Jeff provides strategic direction for nonresidential utility program impact evaluations and market assessment studies to a variety of private, utility, and governmental clients. He has led Cadmus’ commercial and industrial engineering team since 2012.
Jeff manages teams that have obtained and analyzed energy savings data on thousands of facilities, collected through on-site verification visits, short- and long-term electrical metering, energy simulation modeling, phone surveys, and billing regression analysis. The impact evaluations he has led cover the full range of nonresidential applications, from prescriptive deemed savings verification to complex custom industrial analysis to whole-building measurement and verification on emerging technologies such as advanced lighting controls. Jeff has also led large-scale, nonresidential studies such as the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s Commercial Building Stock Assessment and Industrial Facility Site Assessment study, as well as the U.S. Department of Energy’s nationwide Motor System Market Assessment.
Jeff is a Professional Engineer in the State of Oregon. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and a master’s degree in electrical engineering, both from the University of Cincinnati.