Nick O’Neil, PE, LEED, AP
Nick is a mechanical engineer and the Director of Research and Evaluation at Energy 350. With over 20 years of experience in the commercial building science and energy efficiency field, Nick has managed and provided analysis for dozens of energy efficiency research and evaluation projects, from emerging technology market scans and field trials to utility scale resource potential studies. He leverages his insights as a mechanical engineer and designer to influence prescriptive measure development, codes and standards rulemaking support, in-depth technical analysis, and HVAC market research.
Prior to Energy 350, Nick was a Senior Planning Engineer with Energy Trust of Oregon working with implementation programs to develop efficiency measures across all sectors, and Manager of the Regional Technical Forum where he helped standardize savings methodologies for measures throughout the Pacific Northwest region. Nick is a registered Professional Engineer, LEED Accredited Professional, and has his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from University at Buffalo.
When not at work, Nick can be found rafting many of our amazing Northwest rivers with his family and friends, backpacking or skiing mountains, or holding perfectly still for his daughter as she dresses him up in something amazing for the 3rd time that day.