Alastair is an engineering project manager with 16 years of technical and project management experience in consultancy and research environments. He received a BSc in Geology from Liverpool University and an MSc in Technology and Innovation Studies (Industrial Policy and Environmental Technology) from the University of Sussex’s Science Policy Research Unit. He has experience was in leading multi-disciplinary teams on concept, detailed design and engineering of community and district-wide mechanical energy systems from the UK, and commercial building energy efficiency research and demonstration projects. His clients included environmental organisations, local authorities, Universities, Federal agencies and commercial developers. At LBNL, Alastair’s projects have comprised technology field demonstration and deployment in commercial buildings and LBNL's FLEXLAB commercial building testbed, and research into the potential for district energy in the U.S. He is also Project Manager for BETO's Agile BioFoundry consortia, the objective of which is to accelerate industry development of renewable biofuels and biodegradable materials.
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The Value Proposition for Cost-Effective, Demand Responsive-Enabling, Nonresidential Lighting System Retrofits in California Buildings
Beyond Widgets: Validated Systems Energy Savings and Utility Custom Incentive Program Systems Trends
Driving Adoption of Demand-Responsive Commercial Lighting with a Clarified Value Proposition: Site Level Energy Savings and Cost-Benefit Analysis
Energy Cost Savings of Systems-Based Building Retrofits: A Study of Three Integrated Lighting Systems in Comparison with Component Based Retrofits
California Publicly‐Owned Utilities (POUs) – LBNL ‘Beyond Widgets’ Project Task‐ambient lighting and occupancy‐based plug load control System Program Manual
Xcel Energy – LBNL ‘Beyond Widgets’ Project Workstation Specific Lighting with Daylight Dimming Controls System Program Manual