Courtney is the Director of Strategy and an Edo Founding Team Member. She has 20 years of experience working on clean energy, innovation, and sustainability. She was Managing Director of Brooklyn Microgrid, one of the first peer-to-peer energy trading platforms. She led the impact investing team at Vulcan, the family office of Microsoft’s co-founder Paul Allen, with a focus on clean tech investments. She was a climate change technical advisor to the United Nations in Rwanda and to the UK government. She has worked on renewable energy and energy efficiency projects and programs around the world. Courtney is on the Board of Directors for Kilowatts for Humanity. She also is the founder of Yield Positive, a blog about sustainable investing for the everyday investor.
All Sessions by Courtney Blodgett
Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings
Continued progress toward the electrification of the built environment creates both a massive challenge and an opportunity for eliminating carbon emissions. The challenge of new loads from electrification on the utility system requires enhanced abilities for shifting, shedding, and modulating those loads to the mutual benefit of the building owner and serving utility. The effort to scale grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEBs) is well underway. What are the risks to all parties in getting this wrong? This session will bring together voices from the nation’s leading national laboratory on GEBs with building owners and service providers who are deploying GEBs strategies in commercial and institutional buildings across the country.