Alastair Robinson is a Program Manager in the Building Technologies and Urban Systems Division of ETA. In his current role, under the DOE's Commercial Buildings Program, he manages technical expert teams and is case study author and contributor. He is LBNL’s Program Manager for activities under the GSA’s Green Proving Ground program, and also manages activity on research projects within the Simulation Research Group. Prior to joining LBNL, Alastair was an engineering consultant, conducting feasibility studies and technical analysis on district heating and cogeneration systems, and leading local and regional-level urban and regional energy planning projects. Alastair received his undergraduate degree in Geology from Liverpool University and his MS in Science and Technology for Sustainability from the University of Sussex's Science Policy Research Unit. He is a PMI accredited Project Manager.
Bioenergy Potential from Food Waste in California." Environmental Science & Technology (2017). "
Beyond Widgets – Systems Incentive Programs for Utilities." ACEEE (2016). "
Zone Level Occupant-‐Responsive Building Energy Systems at the GSA. Berkeley: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2013.