Matthew Jungclaus

19-Oct-2018, 10:00 - 10:30AM

Session: Carbon Neutrality through Energy Efficiency & Innovation

Track G | High Performance Buildings and Communities

Net Zero Energy Over Time: A Cost Effective Pathway to Zero for Buildings & Portfolios

Matthew Jungclaus
Rocky Mountain Institute

Matt Jungclaus is a Manager with RMI’s buildings practice. He works on the Pathways to Zero Initiative, which focuses on driving the adoption of superefficient and net-zero energy buildings. Matt proves the technical and business case for net-zero energy at the district scale through client-driven work for district-level building developments and through involvement in programs such as the Department of Energy’s Zero Energy District Accelerator. Matt recentlyu co-authored The Carbon-Free City Handbook, a series of 22 recommendations geared to drive cities toward climate neutrality and see results within a year. Matt’s past work at RMI includes developing and delivering innovative policies, net-zero energy strategies, and integrative design workshops for federal and private sector clients.


Prior to joining RMI, Matt worked for CEG Solutions, an energy services company in Virginia, which he served as a technical analyst and a project manager for building energy projects in the public and private sectors. Before working for CEG, Matt worked as a residential energy auditor for the Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP) in Charlottesville, VA. Matt’s core competencies lie in building science (including energy auditing and modeling), mechanical engineering, and project management.



Track: G High Performance Buildings and Communities | Session: Carbon Neutrality through Energy Efficiency & Innovation


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