Buildings

Carbon Free Boston is partnering with the engineering firm Arup to perform a comprehensive analysis of Boston’s building stock and identify potential energy conservation measures. To do this Carbon Free Boston is developing a database of building models that represent Boston’s building stock and use (e.g. single family, 3-decker, office, schools, etc.). Optimal energy conservation measures (additional insulation, heat pumps etc.) will be identified for each building type. The adoption of these measures will be forecasted by modeling the impact of specific policies on building decision makers. In addition, Carbon Free Boston will be evaluating the impact and performance of many of the city’s first movers in energy conservation (universities, hospitals, city buildings) that will lead the way in the city’s mitigation efforts.

Meetings

Buildings Advisory Group

First Name Last Name Affiliation
Benjamin Silverman City of Boston
John Dalzell City of Boston
Alex Pollard Commonwealth of MA
Jim Newman Linnean Solutions
Dennis Carlberg Boston University
Ben Myers Boston Properties
Chris Schaffner Green Engineer
Maura Zlody City of Boston
Hong-Hanh Chu Commonwealth of MA
Galen Nelson MA Clean Energy Center
Matt Foran National Grid
James Cater Eversource
Karthik Rao Enernoc
Stephanie Horowitz Zero Energy Design
David Ismay Conservation Law Foundation
Rebecca Hatchadorian ARUP
Brian Swett ARUP
Manuel Esquivel BPDA
Francis Boucher National Grid
Michael Gevelber Boston University
Katie Wholey ARUP
Benjamin Millier Commonwealth of MA
Kevin Zheng Boston University
Michael Walsh Boston University
Katherine Eshel City of Boston
Bronwyn Cooke City of Cambridge EFT
Adam Pollack Boston University
Jonathan Lee City of Boston
Alison Brizius City of Boston
Amy Longsworth Green Ribbon Commission
Atyia Martin All Aces, Inc.
Kalila Barnett Green Justice Campaign
Jhana Senxian Sustainability Guild
John Cleveland Green Ribbon Commission
Michael Walsh Boston University
Cutler Cleveland Boston University
Adam Pollack Boston University
David Corbie City of Boston