The U.S. Embassy in Bern is proud to support Dr. David Mooney, Executive Director Institutional Planning, Integration and Development at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), as a guest speaker at Swisspower and SIG Genève’s virtual public event on energy efficiency «Mehr Schub für die Energieeffiziens» https://swisspower.ch/veranstaltungen/energieeffizienz-event/
Energy efficiency is one of the three pillars of the 2050 Swiss federal energy strategy and is becoming increasingly important for energy suppliers. To encourage more efficient use of energy in buildings, transportation, and industry more effective incentives and increased awareness of the potential benefits is required. During the virtual event Monday, November 29, 2021, speakers will discuss the financing of energy efficiency programs and infrastructure and the advantages of energy efficient design. Guest speaker David Mooney will present a U.S. perspective on the subject, and will discuss best practices from his work in the United States.
Interested in joining the discussion? Go to https://swisspower.ch/veranstaltungen/energieeffizienz-event/ to register.
David Mooney has worked with the NREL for 20 years, serving in roles ranging from researcher to project leader to center director, and most recently as director of NREL’s Strategic Energy Analysis Center. Dr. Mooney has also served as laboratory program manager for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Solar Energy Technologies Office. He was engaged in NREL’s early efforts to establish an energy systems integration research portfolio, which included securing the approval of the Energy Systems Integration Facility and leading the group responsible for its design and construction. His primary research interests include renewable and efficiency systems integration; energy infrastructure challenges; and the intersection of energy markets, policies, and new technologies. In addition to his experience at NREL, Dr. Mooney has spent a decade in the private sector in technology startups and photovoltaic manufacturing companies. David Mooney has a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.