Principal and Founder, Warren Energy Engineering
Kevin Warren, PE, is the principal and founder of Warren Energy Engineering. 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) 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 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). He has also led energy audits of millions of square feet of facilities and has conducted impact evaluation analyses for complex projects in many jurisdictions
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.
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