In addition to mentoring up-and-coming energy leaders at Cadmus and collaborating with long-time clients on next-generation utility solutions, Sami provides project-based technical leadership and helps advance industry thought leadership through frequent publications and conference presentations.
Prior to joining Cadmus, Sami founded the advanced analytics consulting firm Quantec LLC. The company, which merged with Cadmus in 2008, specialized in measuring and predicting consumer behaviors and their impacts on energy, financial, and natural resources. Sami’s expertise runs the gamut from program theory and planning to implementation and evaluation. He has been particularly active in the development of real-time tracking systems that enable continual program evaluation and mid-course corrections. He has consulted with utilities throughout the United States and Canada as well as with clients in Thailand, Jamaica, Libya, and Jordan.
Sami is widely published in professional journals, has presented more than 40 papers at various conferences, and is co-author of several national evaluation guidelines, including the International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol, the National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency Impact Evaluation Guide and the Electric Power Research Institute Impact Evaluation Guide. He is a graduate of Portland State University, where he earned a doctorate in systems science and economics. Now an adjunct professor of economics at PSU, he teaches quantitative economics and statistics. He also is a founder of the university’s graduate certificate program in applied energy economics and policy.
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