Experts in energy efficiency, design and housing to advise on the selection of Energy Trust’s 2021 Net Zero Fellow.

In the coming weeks, Energy Trust will announce this years grant recipient, the 2021 Net Zero Fellow. To help pick this person, Energy Trust assembled a panel of specialists specializing in net no design and energy analysis and efficiency in new building and construction sectors. The Net Zero Fellowship Grant is one of 2 grants supporting professionals who help make net-zero structures possible. Energy Trust also uses grants to architecture and engineering companies to employ interns to support each firms AIA 2030 dedication.

Andrea Caudill, Carbon and Energy Strategic Planner, Port of Portland
Clayton Crowhurst, Housing Developer, Northwest Housing Alternatives
Erica Dunn, Director of Design, Green Hammer
Ihab Elzeyadi, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, University of Oregon School of Architecture and Environment and 2018 Net Zero Fellow
Jay Olson, Commercial Senior Program Manager, Energy Trust of Oregon
Jeni Hall, Solar Project Manager, Energy Trust of Oregon
Joel Good, Senior Consultant, RWDI and 2018 Net Zero Fellow
Mark Perepelitza, Principal, SERA Architects
Rohini Srivastava, Senior Researcher, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

Structures are accountable for a considerable portion of the worlds greenhouse gas emissions, and while the number of net-zero buildings in Oregon is growing, much more work and research is needed to reach extensive adoption.
To support that research, each year Energy Trust of Oregon grants the Net Zero Fellowship Grant to a private pursuing the improvement of net-zero industrial buildings in Oregon. The grant recipient gets approximately $50,000 to money research study over 12 to 18 months, and may check out a range of topics, consisting of financial advantages, market barriers and community-based projects.
2020 Net Zero Fellow Mark McKechnie of Oregon Architecture, Inc., used financing from the fellowship grant to research study cost drivers associated with net-zero budget friendly real estate in rural Oregon. Based upon his research study, McKechnie is producing resources that developers, designers and building teams can use to assess and then rate a variety of energy-saving choices according to expense of building and construction and roi.
In the coming weeks, Energy Trust will reveal this years grant recipient, the 2021 Net Zero Fellow. To assist choose this individual, Energy Trust assembled a panel of specialists concentrating on net zero style and energy analysis and performance in new construction sectors. This years Net Zero Advisory Panel includes the following members.

Energy Trust thanks these people for their time and expertise and for their commitment to advancing net zero research study.
The Net Zero Fellowship Grant is among 2 grants supporting professionals who assist make net-zero buildings possible. Energy Trust likewise provides grants to architecture and engineering companies to utilize interns to support each firms AIA 2030 commitment. Find out more about each grant here.

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