Samuel Fernandes is an Energy and Environmental Policy Technology Researcher in the Buildings Technology and Urban Systems Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a PhD candidate in the Energy, Civil Infrastructure and Climate Science Program at UC Berkeley. He holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree in engineering, a project management certification and is a fellow at the Clean Energy Leadership Institute. His research focuses on leveraging advances in remote sensing, machine learning and data-driven techniques to increase energy efficiency and improve health and safety in the built environment.
2020 Federal Laboratory Consortium Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer - February 20th 2020
The Retro-Commissioning Sensor Suitcase, an innovative technological solution developed through a Department of Energy (DOE) national lab-industry partnership to improve a building’s operating costs, comfort and energy performance, was recently honored with the 2020 Federal Laboratory Consortium Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer.
2017 Director’s Award for Exceptional Achievement: Technology Transfer - April 3rd 2018
Berkeley Lab is pleased to recognize the Building Technology and Urban Systems Division’s Retro-commissioning Sensor Suitcase Commercialization Team with the 2017 Director’s Award for Exceptional Achievement in Technology Transfer.