KEEA Board Members

Rich Selverian, President

Armed with a BS in Engineering from Swarthmore College, Selverian started his career in the technical field of nuclear power and the utility industry.  He spent ten years in operations and learned the importance of strong production, effective measurements and finely tuned processes.  Selverian left his day-to-day operational position to enhance his corporate experience in strategic planning, finance, mergers and acquisitions, and human resources.  He attended Columbia University and secured an MBA which pulled together his academic, theoretical and practical experiences. As a business consultant, Selverian excelled in helping his clients design their organization and then align their people and processes to meet their business objectives.  Putting together talented people with positions that allow them to follow their interests and grow in their careers is one of the gratifications Selverian has enjoyed throughout his career, and at MaGrann Associates. As President of MaGrann, Selverian is able to draw on both his technical education and his extensive operational experience to help the Company set a clear vision for the future, implement effective processes and attract and develop the best people in the business.  He enjoys the continuing challenge of growing the business while maintaining a high level of quality in service to its customers.  As a leader in the business of energy consulting and green building, MaGrann Associates is well positioned to achieve these goals.
Rich Selverian, KEEA Board President

MaGrann Associates

Elizabeth Weiner, Vice-President

Elizabeth Weiner, Senior Policy Advisor, CLEAResult Ms. Weiner promotes effective energy efficiency and clean energy policies in many of the states where CLEAResult operates, including New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Illinois. Based in CLEAResult's New York City office, she works with the Regulatory Affairs and Market Development team, monitoring and advocating across the Eastern and Midwestern regions for clean energy policy development and robust regulation that promotes energy efficiency as a resource. She serves as Vice President of the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA) in Pennsylvania; a member of the Board of Directors of the Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY); and previously served on the board of Ohio Advanced Energy Economy, as a member of the New York City Apollo Alliance Steering Committee and of the advisory committee of the El Puente Green Light District, among other organizations.  Previously, Weiner served as Mid-Atlantic Policy Director at Conservation Services Group (CSG), which was acquired by CLEAResult in 2015. Prior to 2007, when she joined CSG, Weiner was a Senior Editor at BusinessWeek magazine, where she directed award-winning journalism on wide range of subjects while managing a corps of veteran reporters and recruiting/mentoring new talent. Weiner earned an M.S. from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin, and an A.A. from Simon’s Rock Early College.  
Elizabeth Weiner, Vice-President

CLEAResult

Kathy Greely

Throughout her twenty year career, Kathleen Greely has worked in many sectors of the energy efficiency sector, from research at Lawrence BerkeleyNational Lab to college campus programs to community/non-profit approaches, through her current work designing and implementing efficiency programs for utilities.  Kathy has been an integral part of developing the residential efficiency industry in Pennsylvania. While program manager for PA Home Energy, Kathy led a team in the development of an award winning Home Performance with ENERGY STAR and ENERGY STAR New Homes program, and is now active in the design, management, and implementation of cutting-edge new construction and whole-house programs in multiple states.  In addition, she is a RESNET-certified rater and a BPI Building Analyst. Kathy has an M.S. in Energy and Resources from the University of California at Berkeley and a B.A. in Physics and Mathematics from La Salle College
Kathy Greely

Performance Systems Development

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John Augustino

John Augustino is an Energy Efficiency Solutions Manager for Honeywell’s Smart Grid Solutions group where he designs and assists in implementation of a wide range of residential and commercial demand management programs.  A Pennsylvania native and graduate of Penn State University in Environmental Resource Management,  John has 25 years of experience in energy efficiency industry as an energy auditor, and manager of residential and commercial energy efficiency programs across the US and Canada.  In addition to serving as both a speaker and moderator at several local and national energy related conferences, John is currently a member of the Board of KEEA and Planning committee co-chair for AESP.
John Augustino

Honeywell Utility Solutions

Ellen Lutz

Ellen brings more than 20 years of experience in management and leadership roles within the clean energy sector, including roles at government agencies, utility companies and a wind energy corporation. Prior to founding Clean Markets, Ellen was the Director of Marketing for Exelon’s $1.5 billion portfolio of unregulated businesses and served as the Director of Eastern U.S. Development for Gamesa Energy, one of the world’s largest wind technology companies. She has also served as a Regional Director and National Program Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Her experience in both senior corporate and government roles and her position at Clean Markets enables her to not only develop innovative business and marketing strategies for her clients, but to also drive the successful operational execution of those plans. Ellen’s expertise includes all aspects of product launches, clean energy market strategy creation, strategic partnerships and product development. Ellen received a Master’s degree in Energy Resources Management from Southbank University in London and a Master’s degree in Environmental Science from Montclair University in New Jersey. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia and the Wissahickon Charter School.
Ellen Lutz

Clean Markets

Anna Lising

With a decade of experience shaping energy policy, Anna leads Oracle Utilities’ regulatory and policy strategy in the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to joining Oracle, Anna led Opower’s regulatory efforts throughout the Southeast, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic, working closely with utilities to help them navigate the regulatory process and requirements to successfully implement energy efficiency programs.
As a consultant to the U.S. Department of Energy, Anna worked with foreign governments and international stakeholders to develop global energy efficiency programs and improve product efficiency standards on behalf of the Clean Energy Ministerial. Anna has also served as a Senior Advisor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science, and developed strategic partnerships with external funders and research organizations at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Anna holds a Masters degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington.
Anna Lising

Oracle

Kyle Haddock

  • Kyle Haddock is a business development and operational management experienced executive for CLEAResult Consulting, Inc. with 20+ years of experience with the design and delivery of energy conservation programs.  He provides leadership in the development of Utility program offerings for residential and small commercial customers and drives program development activities for energy affordability (low-income) programs on a national scale.  Of personal and professional interest is the benefits and the impact energy conservation programs have at the national, state, utility, and community level to reduce the energy burden on low income families.
  • Since 1989 Kyle has managed the development of Utility sponsored energy conservation programs and home performance services in multiple states and in eastern Canada.  For utilities, their customers or builders, Mr. Haddock works with a focus on what he calls CASH where the focus remains on providing Comfortable, Affordable, and Safer and Healthier homes for those who deserve one.  Working within the Home Energy Rater, Building Performance, and Energy Code Community he provides training on Energy Education techniques, Health & Safety testing, Building Science, and related aspects of the International Energy Conservation Code.
  • Mr. Haddock has been an invited participant in multiple Green Curriculum Development Forums, has been a committee member for Affordable Comfort National and Regional Conferences, current member of the NREL Single Family Scheme Committee for HEP Certifications, and a Board Member of the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA).
 
Kyle Haddock

CLEAResult

Peter Krajsa

Peter Krajsa President & CEO, EnergyFirst Finance, powered by AF Financial, LLC A recognized innovator in energy efficiency finance for over two decades, Peter Krajsa is the President and CEO of EnergyFirst Finance, powered by AF Financial LLC. Peter led the creation of a number of major national energy finance programs as chairman and CEO of AFC First Financial Corporation, a specialty residential energy efficiency lender, operating programs nationally in association with states, municipalities, utilities, manufacturers and a network of over 6,000 participating contractors. Most recently, he headed national channel business development for the innovative energy lender, Renew Financial, which acquired AFC First in 2015, as part of its national expansion plans. As CEO of AFC First, a company founded by his parents in 1947, Peter created the company’s national EnergyLoan® program as one of Fannie Mae's approved Energy Lenders; the Keystone Home Energy Loan Program in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Treasury Department ,DEP, and PHFA which laid the foundation for WHEEL (Warehouse for Energy Efficiency Loans), the world’s first investment grade rated securitization of a portfolio of unsecured energy loans; the Connecticut Solar Leasing program and many other state, utility and manufacturer financing program including on-bill financing programs in Connecticut and Illinois. After running AFC with his brother, primarily as a mortgage banker and direct lender, Peter moved the company exclusively into energy efficiency lending in 1999. Under his leadership, AFC First closed over $500 million in energy efficiency loans, was named by the U.S. DOE as the nation’s first private Home Performance with ENERGY STAR sponsor, a pilot lender for the HUD PowerSaver program, received the Alliance to Save Energy Andromeda Award and established the Green Energy Training Academy supported by the Rockefeller Foundation  
Peter Krajsa

EnergyFirst Finance

Mitch Miller

Heidi currently serves as the Director of US Green Building Council (USGBC) Central Pennsylvania, where she is responsible for local engagement, as well as major initiatives and programs. Not only does Heidi identify opportunities for expansion, but also supports existing partnerships and serves as the public face of the organization. Prior to USGBC, Heidi worked for the PA Department of Environmental Protection for 11 years in the storage tanks program (five years) and state energy office (six years). While working for the State Energy Office, Heidi managed several energy efficient building trainings (Building Operator Certification & Building Retuning) for facility managers of K-12 schools & local governments. She also helped lead the development of a 600 square-foot green home exhibit that toured the state for several years. Heidi has a BS in Environmental Science from Muhlenberg College and a Masters in Environmental Pollution Control from Penn State University. She is a LEED Accredited Professional and an Environmental Leadership Program (ELP) Senior Fellow. Heidi’s volunteer experience and leadership positions have included: inaugural member of Phoenixville Green Team, Secretary of DVGBC Green Schools Workgroup (3 years), USGBC Central PA Board of Directors (1 year), leading the Adopt-A-Highway cleanup route for her church (7 years), Chair of the PA Green & Healthy Schools Partnership (PAGHSP) School Engagement Task Force (2 years), PAGHSP Advisory Council (2 years), and DVGBC Educational Programs Committee volunteer (4 years).
Heidi Kunka

USGBC Central PA

Art Olson

Art applies over three decades of industry experience to development of new business opportunities, developing new clients and expanding existing client engagements nationally, screening and evaluating new business opportunities, preparing client proposals, delivering presentations, and contract negotiations.  He also provides general support of Program startup, staffing, client relations, ensuring delivery of Program Services, and process development in compliance with the Project Agreement, Work Scope and Client Terms and Conditions.  Prior to joining SmartWatt, Art worked for Conservation Services Group, first as Director of New York Residential Services, where he oversaw implementation of energy efficiency programs for NYSERDA, LIPA and various utilities, and later as Business Development Director-Mid-Atlantic Region, where he identified new business opportunities, streamlined operations to capitalize on those opportunities, planned and launched new programs.  Prior to that position, Art was a Principal at Technology, Energy and Marketing Strategies, where he provided business strategy, product development, program implementation, and project management services.  Art’s earlier experience includes Project Management roles for Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium, Comfort Systems USA and American Electric Power, as well as a Market Analyst/Product Development position with Exelon Energy.
Art Olson

SmartWatt Energy Inc

Liz Robinson

  Independent Consultant Liz Robinson served as the Executive Director of the Energy Coordinating Agency (ECA) its inception in 1984 until she stepped down in August of 2017. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Goucher College with a BA in International Relations and holds an MFA from Wayne State University. She brings over 35 years of experience in clean energy policy and practice, community development, training and education to her current role as an independent consultant. ECA is a non-profit corporation which provides a full range of energy efficiency and workforce development services in theMid-Atlantic region.  ECA and its network of Neighborhood Energy Centers serve more than 20,000 low income households every year, providing services whose value exceeds $20,000,000. ECA is a leader in energy efficient, sustainable housing and is currently doing innovative work in the Healthy Homes field.  In 2010, ECA launched the Green Jobs Training Center, to meet the workforce needs of the rapidly growing clean energy industry.  ECA trains to national standards in energy efficiency, solar PV and environmental remediation.
Liz Robinson

Energy Coordinating Agency

Kevin Warren

Kevin Warren, PE, is the principal and founder of Warren Energy. Prior to founding the company, he was co-founder and principal of kW Engineering in Oakland, CA. As a registered Professional Engineer, he has led energy audits of millions of square feet of facilities and has conducted impact evaluation analyses for complex projects in many jurisdictions. He has also performed energy engineering analyses for hundreds of buildings and process facilities. This work has included conducting and managing field surveys of energy use, development of metering plans and installation of metering equipment, and identification and evaluation of energy-saving projects.

Kevin is a nationally recognized expert on measurement and verification (M&V) and impact evaluation. He is an active member of the Energy Valuation Organization’s (EVO) International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) committee. He recently represented EVO in efforts by the North American Energy Standards Board to create national standards for calculation of energy impacts and currently represents EVO in the American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI) Energy Efficiency Standards Collaborative. Kevin was recently part of the team revising the M&V protocols used by Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). He is also a member of the Technical Advisor Group for NREL’s Uniform EM&V Methods Project (UMP).

Kevin has a Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Delaware and a Masters of Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and a Licensed Professional Engineer in DE, PA, CA, MD, and NY. He lives in Lincoln University, PA with his wife and two sons.

Kevin Warren

Warren Energy Engineering

Alison Steele

Alison Steele joined the KEEA Board of Directors in January 2015.  Alison leads CCI’s Grassroots Green Homes project in neighborhoods across Pittsburgh, and she plays a critical role in advocating for high-performing, healthy homes through policy decisions. Prior to joining CCI, she managed demand side energy reduction programs for utility companies, served as a consultant in the corporate sustainability space, and taught English in Fukushima, Japan. Alison earned her undergraduate degree in Physics from Drew University and her MBA in Sustainability from Duquesne University.  She holds a seat on the KEEA board and is serving as Chair of the Conference Committee for the third year.  When she’s not training for a marathon, Alison participates in medieval reenactments and brews mead.  
Alison Steele

Conservation Consultants, Inc.