As part of the Energy Solutions team, Robert works to reduce the carbon footprint and utility bills for residents of low-income multifamily dwellings. He works with our internal, industry and non-profit partners to locate candidate properties, assess the prospects for energy conservation measures, and assist with document completion and submission. He previously worked extensively with building local power networks for military applications, and on integrating small-scale renewable power sources and mobile generators into a single grid. In addition to his work with CHP, he volunteers in Arlington County to install energy and water conservation measures in low-income apartment homes, and is helping develop a toolkit that communities can use to assess viability of and financing for sustainable off-grid energy systems. Robert earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University and a Master of Science in Energy & Sustainability from the University of Denver. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and BPI Building Analyst and accredited as a LEED Green Associate.
From our roots as a volunteer organization serving housing needs in Appalachia, CHP has grown into a multi-state organization nationally recognized for our capabilities and commitment to innovation and continuous improvement. Although CHP’s footprint has greatly expanded over the decades, our mission continues to focus on creating homes and communities that are healthy, sustainable, and affordable.