Stephenie is one of Go’s commercial energy and energy management experts. Her knowledge of Strategic Energy Management and of commercial HVAC systems has been critical to the success of a number of projects. She has also provided exhaustive analysis of various industrial and commercial systems for energy audits, including boilers, air handling units, lighting, and even elevators and the collective effects of small motors. She regularly performs third-party measurement & verification (M&V) work for multiple utility, commercial, and industrial clients on complex energy using systems such as compressed air, chilled water, and production equipment.
Before coming to Go, Stephenie collaborated with the University of Dayton (UD), the Vectren Corporation, and Dayton Power & Light as part of UD’s Building Energy Center performing small-commercial building energy audits. Stephenie also has extensive academic teaching experience in physics as well as energy and environment. She received her BS (2001) and MS (2004) in Physics from UC Davis and received her MS in Renewable and Clean Energy from the University of Dayton in 2012.
Stephenie is deeply interested in the role of the local and sustainable food movement as another integral part to achieving community health and wellness, particularly in returning to traditional food preparation methods such as using sourdough cultures to make tasty and nutritious breads.