Senior Energy Engineer, Energy Center of Wisconsin
role at the Energy Center
has expert knowledge in advanced HVAC and lighting systems, and consults with architects and engineers on energy efficient building design.
In addition, Scott conducts applied research on various energy efficiency technologies through both field monitoring and extensive energy modeling.
also utilizes this knowledge to assist utilities in the development and implementation of efficiency programs.
Scott holds both a bachelor's and master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin, as well as a Certificate in Energy Analysis and Policy.
He is an active member of ASHRAE and USGBC at both the local and national levels, and serves on the ASHRAE Technical Committee for Geothermal Energy Utilization.
has been able to utilize this background to create educational materials as well, authoring articles and giving seminars on topics from passive building design, to effective geothermal systems, to financial analysis of energy systems.
Prior to working at the Energy Center, Scott spent two years as a research assistant at the University of Wisconsin - Madison conducting research on ground-source heat pump systems.
had a brief stint in the design field, focusing on design of sustainable systems.