Mr. Robbins has 12 years of professional experience in the engineering and management of energy efficiency programs, renewable and thermal energy systems, and sample design and data collection.
Over the past four years, Mr. Robbins has focused on the impact evaluation of commercial, industrial, and agricultural measures and programs. With programs in industrial regions as well as agricultural he has overseen analyses including: chiller systems, whole facility simulations (e-Quest), combined heat and power, co-generation, data centers, indoor horticultural lighting and building envelope, fruit storage systems, and process improvements (ethanol plants, steel mills, food processing, etc.). Mr. Robbins works with a team of experienced engineers at ADM to determine the most efficient and effective evaluation approach (i.e., IPMVP, billing regression analyses) to ensure thorough analyses that are transparent and concise while minimizing the requirements of customers.
Mr. Robbins received his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno, and his B.S. in Interdisciplinary Engineering and Management from Clarkson University.