Ian holds electrical and electronics degrees from City University, London and Economics and Philosophy degrees from Regis University in Colorado. He brings his 25 years of international business experience and large scale program management skills as a senior partner at Deloitte ensuring that Building Energy Performance offers a comprehensive service while remaining practical in its advice and approach. Ian’s strong advocacy on climate change issues and work with the Colorado Renewable Energy Society and visits to Washington D.C. to lobby with the Conservative Caucus of Citizens Climate Lobby led to the creation of Building Energy Performance as a practical way to reduce carbon emissions. It was his experience working on historic building restoration in London during the 90’s where he first identified that energy efficient retrofits were technically possible but often not pursued because of financing challenges and perceived project complexity. As a strong believer in the power of markets to solve problems like global warming, Ian created Building Energy Performance to help building owners and businesses reduce energy bills to pay for essential infrastructure upgrades.
Tim has directed Advanced Energy Systems LLC for 24 years, providing engineering and project management consulting for wind and solar energy project development worldwide, plus wind turbine design, solar hybrid system engineering and installation, energy efficiency design, and stakeholder mediation. Clients range from the Mercury Café to GE Energy, from NREL to factories in Central America. Sample projects include the 99 MW Duke Energy windfarm near Casper WY, and the 80 kW solar/battery system for Presidio Texas Wastewater Treatment Plant. Tim’s degrees include BSME from CU Boulder, MSME from VPI&SU, and he is active with many civic organizations, including WorldDenver (YP Board), Colorado Renewable Energy Society (2006 president), and Engineers Without Borders (2005 co-chair). His certifications include Colorado Professional Engineer, NABCEP wind and solar, and BPI energy analyst.
John has spent more than a decade working at the intersection of sustainability and the built environment. He brings expertise in distributed renewable energy, energy efficiency, and utility programs and tariffs. John also has experience running operations and communications for small companies. Prior to joining Building Energy Performance, John served as Executive Director of the Denver 2030 District, an organization working to create high-performing commercial buildings in downtown Denver. Over his career, he has consulted with numerous cities and electric utilities, and his writings have been featured in a variety of media outlets, including Forbes, National Geographic, and the Los Angeles Times. He received a BA from the University of Virginia and continued coursework at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.