Meg Waltner, PE, LEED, AP
Meg is a Project Manager at Energy 350.
She is a mechanical engineer with over a decade of experience identifying and achieving energy savings in buildings and equipment from the individual building to policy scale. Meg combines deep energy policy expertise with skills in mechanical design, retrocommissioning, and energy analysis. At Energy 350, Meg both identifies and verifies energy savings at the individual facility level and informs building codes and policy with her technical expertise. Prior to joining Energy 350, Meg was a Senior Consultant at Arup and the Manager for Building Energy Policy at the Natural Resources Defense Council. At Arup, Meg’s work spanned from HVAC design to energy efficiency program design and delivery. At NRDC, Meg was the lead advocate and negotiator for strong appliance efficiency standards, building codes, and test procedures set in CA, the US, and internationally.
Meg holds an MS and BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University and is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of California.
Outside of work, Meg enjoys spending time outside backpacking, biking, and skiing, renovating old houses, and spending time with friends and family.