The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) would like to express its appreciation to the individuals and organizations* that have been particularly generous with their time and expertise during the research and development of the Energy Data Management Guide.
A special acknowledgment is due to the primary researchers and writers of the Energy Data Management Guide, Adam Guzzo (DOE), Mona Khalil (formerly with DOE), and Andrew Linowes (formerly with New West Technologies). Their vision and dedication are the foundation of the Energy Data Management Guide and ultimately made this effort possible.
In addition, special recognition is due to the team at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Monica Arevalo, Theresa von Kuegelgen, and Joelynn Schroeder for their partnership in designing the web-based framework for the Energy Data Management Guide.
Finally, we wish to thank those that graciously offered their time, feedback, and insights through interviews or by reviewing the content.
Individuals interviewed for the Energy Data Management Guide include:
El Paso, Texas
Fort Worth, Texas
Iowa City, Iowa
Rochester, New York
San Antonio, Texas
San Francisco, California
Virginia Beach, Virginia
District of Columbia
Kitsap County, Washington
Will County, Illinois
K-12 School Districts and States
Camas School District, Washington
Douglas County Schools, California
Fort Atkinson School District, Wisconsin
Portland Public Schools, Portland, Oregon
Poudre School District, Colorado
Maria Andrea Urrutia
New York Power Authority
Emily Hunter Soontornsaratool
Facility Dude; Cary, North Carolina
HyperTek; Ontario Canada
ICF; Fairfax, Virginia
Institute for Market Transformation;
Institute for Building Technology and Safety; Ashburn, Virginia
National Institute of Standards and Technology
National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Golden, Colorado
Southface; Atlanta, Georgia
U.S. Department of Energy
Wego Wise; Boston, Massachusetts
Xebec Data Corporation; Lafayette, Colorado
Individuals who reviewed the Energy Data Management Guide include:
Jessica Lawrence, Allegheny Science & Technology; Elena Alschuler, Harry Bergmann, Ira Birnbaum, Andrew Burr, Holly Carr, Sapna Gheewala (ORAU Fellow), AnnaMaria Garcia, Dale Hoffmeyer, Kristen Honey, Michael Li, Brenda Mokua (DOE Summer Intern), Susan Pascoe, Cody Taylor, Madeline Williams (ORAU Fellow), Jenah Zweig, DOE; Leslie Cook, Katie Hatcher, Tracy Narel, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Claire Curtin and Hannah Kramer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Steve Kismohr, Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance; John Teeter (Presidential Fellow) and David Wollman National Institute of Standards and Technology; Monisha Shah and Theresa von Kuegelgen, NREL; Fred Leonard, New West Technologies; Brian Buckley and Carolyn Sarno Goldthwaite, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership; Ken Baker, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance; Ann Livingston, Southwest Energy Efficiency Partnership.
*Organizations listed are accurate at the time the person was interviewed or served as a reviewer