Steven Kolberg, Senior Account Manager
Using the power of EnergyScoreCards and his building science know-how, Steven helps property managers and owners save energy and money and reduce their buildings' carbon footprints. As a member of the EnergyScoreCards team, Steven analyzes and monitors energy usage in buildings throughout the United States. Closer to home, he generates reports for the nation's largest energy and water benchmarking effort under NYC's Greener, Greater Buildings Plan. Steven also directs Bright Power’s projects for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Green Retrofit Program (GRP) and Mark-to-Market Program (M2M). He works closely with HUD and the GRP and M2M program administrators to ensure retrofit energy and cost savings are analyzed accurately.
Previously, Steven researched the impacts of climate change in New England while at a Maine non-profit, worked on a successful grant for a feasibility study on a community-owned wind farm in the Catskills, and worked on organic farms in Australia, Maine and upstate NY.
Steven is a BPI Multifamily Building Analyst, and has an A.B. from Bowdoin College where he double-majored in Environmental Studies and Government and minored in Biology. He is a hibernating soccer player, telemark skier and gardener.