Steven Kolberg, Director of Energy Analysts
Originally from a tiny town in the Finger Lakes, Steven is a Brooklyn transplant after layovers in Maine and the Catskills. Steven lives in a building and also he works in a building. He knows of some other folks who live and work in buildings too. He thinks that buildings, energy management plans, useful information, and meetings that start and end on time are awesome.
At Bright Power, Steven takes data, and adds a bit of building science and some clever maths in EnergyScoreCards to create stories that drive efficiency and cost savings in buildings. He works with building owners and managers, non-profits, and financial institutions to filter the flood of information to find actionable data on how to save money, energy, water and time. His technical experience includes large scale benchmarking projects, measurement and verification reporting, best practices for on-going energy and water management and energy audits.
Before landing at Bright Power, Steven researched the impacts of climate change in New England while at a Maine non-profit, worked on a successful grant for a community-owned wind farm and dabbled in growing stuff in Australia, Maine and upstate NY.
Steven is a BPI Multifamily Building Analyst and a graduate of Bowdoin College, where he ate a lobster, looked at a moose and studied Environmental Studies, Government and Biology. He is a hibernating soccer player, telemark skier, and also a recreational composter.