Senior Fellow, Buildings Program
Jennifer Amann is a senior fellow in ACEEE’s buildings program. In this role, she develops and supports strategic directions for the organization’s efforts to improve efficiency in homes and commercial buildings. Since joining ACEEE in 1997, she has written and presented extensively on buildings and equipment efficiency technologies, policies, and programs. Her current work focuses on maximizing energy savings from key buildings policies including building codes, performance standards, and appliance standards; scaling up deep retrofits and building decarbonization; improving efficiency in indoor agriculture; and analyzing new opportunities for energy efficiency in the buildings sector. She also leads content development for ACEEE’s consumer-focused website, Smarter House. Jennifer serves on the Board of Directors of the Attachments Energy Rating Council and the Resource Innovation Institute. Jennifer earned a Master of Environmental Studies from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Trinity University.
- Residential energy efficiency and decarbonization
- Appliances and lighting
- Consumer education and behavior