What are programs and contractors doing to stay at the crest of the health wave? Our panel will present innovative approaches to researching, designing and implementing efficiency programs that focus on health.
Laura facilitates the identification, research, development, and qualification of new disruptive technologies and services for Efficiency Vermont's future portfolio. Her current projects cover a wide variety of topics such as healthy homes, low-cost monitoring for small commercial and using advanced metering information to impact grid load shapes. Previously, Laura led the Advanced Commercial Buildings Initiative and Residential Green Building Services department for Southface Energy Institute in Atlanta, GA. Laura holds degrees in sustainable development and building construction from Appalachian State and Georgia Tech respectively, and numerous industry certifications and awards.