Megan O'Neil

29-Sep-2017, 9:00 - 11:00AM

 
Session: A (Data-driven) Tale of Two Cities: Using Public/Private Partnerships to Motivate Building Efficiency Investments in Atlanta and Chicago

Track B | Energy Security & Government Energy Management | FedEnergy Works


Chair for Session

Megan O'Neil
Energy Programs Manager
City of Atlanta | Mayor's Office of Resilience




Megan is the Energy Programs Manager for the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Resilience, working on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and water efficiency policies and projects, most directly through her work on the implementation of the City’s Commercial Building Energy Efficiency Ordinance, the expansion of the City’s solar portfolio, the adoption of PACE financing, the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge, and the City’s energy savings performance contract. Before transitioning to her current role with the City, Megan was Atlanta’s City Advisor for the City Energy Project, a national initiative to create healthier and more prosperous cities by improving the energy efficiency of buildings.

Megan is a graduate of the University of Tennessee (go Vols!) and remains a member of the City Energy Project’s City Advisor Network, participating in a collaboration of twenty major US cities in sharing and developing best practices for local energy efficiency policy development. Prior to her time with the City of Atlanta, Megan served as Digital Communications Director for the Association of Energy Engineers.




 

Track: B Energy Security & Government Energy Management | FedEnergy Works | Session: A (Data-driven) Tale of Two Cities: Using Public/Private Partnerships to Motivate Building Efficiency Investments in Atlanta and Chicago

 

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