Energy Advisor, City Energy Project, Pittsburgh
Flore Marion joined the City of Pittsburgh’s Sustainability and Resilience Division in 2017 as the Energy Advisor through the City Energy Project and transitioned into a full-time position in 2019. Her primary role as a City employee is to implement the benchmarking ordinance and develop a strategy to achieve the Pittsburgh 2030 goals set by Mayor William Peduto with regard to buildings and energy use.
Prior to this position, she was a Senior Researcher in the Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics at Carnegie Mellon University, where a subset of her work pertained to her current role with the City of Pittsburgh: she focused on stakeholder engagement for energy data access through the Energy Data Accelerator, a DOE Better Buildings Initiative, and she researched methods to leverage energy benchmarking data to improve the US building stock. Flore holds a Masters in Sustainable Building Sciences from University Paul Sabatier, France and is a LEED AP BD+C.
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