Neil Veilleux oversees Cadmus’s distributed energy resources (DER) and strategic electrification practices. He has over 15 years of experience conducting market, technology, and value chain analyses; developing energy models to value energy efficiency and DER potential; facilitating development of strategic energy plans and policies; and providing other technical and strategic services across the energy efficiency, demand response, strategic electrification and DER sectors.
Before joining Cadmus, Neil led clean energy policy, strategic planning, and market research initiatives as a vice president at Meister Consultants Group. He also served as a Rappaport Public Policy Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, a Fulbright scholar in Germany, and a Renewable Energy Fellow for the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Neil earned a master’s degree in urban and environmental policy and planning from Tufts University and a bachelor’s degree from The University of the South (Sewanee). He is currently a business leader at the Yale Center for Business and Environment.