Morgan Faulkner

Morgan Faulkner

Program Manager 1
(510) 486-6591


Morgan is a Program Manager supporting the Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division's (EAEI) Energy Efficiency Standards Department. Previously, Morgan worked in a variety of industries including non-profit fundraising events and commercial property management.

Morgan has a Bachelor of Arts in Earth Sciences from San Francisco State University. 



SPOT: Morgan Faulkner, Sarah Price, and Caitlin Brown -  April 14th 2022

Extraordinary efforts to finalize the Room Air Conditioners, Pool Heaters, and Pool Pump Motors NOPR TSDs

Spot: Team Workforce Development -  August 18th 2021

For contributions to the Lab's Workforce Development & Education programs in Spring and/or Summer of 2021, and for supporting research experiences for undergraduates, teachers, and faculty collaborators.

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Spot: Morgan Faulkner -  March 31st 2021

For Morgan's extraordinary efforts in the successful submission of the CEC EPIC proposal for GFO 20-304 entitled "Innovative School Bus Charging for Resilient Communities"


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Spot: Morgan Faulkner -  June 14th 2019

Extraordinary effort in supporting the Workshop on Advanced Computing for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, hosted by LBNL on May 7, 2019, for DOE/VTO.

Spot: Morgan Faulkner and Julie Glover -  September 12th 2017

Morgan and Julie have spent countless hours helping the 4th floor staff to cope with uncomfortable working conditions during our air conditioning outage.

Spot: Morgan Faulkner -  March 08th 2016

Extraordinary contributions to the Transportation Initiative and flawless execution of a 3-day TWG Summit that had a large hand in convincing DOE that LBNL should be a viable future partner for research in transportation.