Senior Researcher, Buildings Program
Rohini Srivastava conducts research to promote energy efficiency in commercial and residential buildings and examines practices that can be used to finance investments in high-performance, energy efficient technologies. She joined ACEEE in 2018.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Rohini was a contributing researcher for the U.S. Department of Energy’s consortium for building energy innovation (CBEI) and the U.S. Department of Energy’s and Government of India’s joint center for building energy research and development (CBERD). Rohini is a registered architect in India, where she has worked on a range of projects from educational institutions to both public and private sector office buildings.
Rohini received her PhD in building performance and diagnostics from Carnegie Mellon University. She earned a master of architecture from Kent State University and bachelor of architecture from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi.
- High-performance building systems
- Triple bottom line framework for the built environment
- Life-cycle decision making
- Health and productivity benefits from energy efficient retrofits