Travis Walter is a Graduate Student Research Assistant at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a Ph.D. Student at the University of California, Berkeley in in Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. Travis' research focuses on energy efficiency in buildings. He develops statistical models for predicting building energy use based on limited data, with an emphasis on quantifying the uncertainty in the predictions. He uses the models to identify cost effective opportunities for equipment retrofits and other energy conservation measures, and for establishing weather-normalized energy baselines for measurement and verification purposes.
Senior Scientific Engineering Associate
Energy Cost Savings of Systems-Based Building Retrofits: A Study of Three Integrated Lighting Systems in Comparison with Component Based Retrofits
2025 California Demand Response Potential Study - Charting California's Demand Response Future: Final Report on Phase 2 Results
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
Big-data for building energy performance: Lessons from assembling a very large national database of building energy use
Big-Data for Building Energy Performance: Lessons from Assembling a Very Large National Database of Building Energy Use