Andrea Mott is a research engineer in PNNL's Building & Connected Systems Group. She specializes in building energy efficiency, decarbonization strategies, GHG tracking, and climate resiliency. She mainly supports Army projects involving the Army Climate Strategy and also aids in tool research and development for FEMP O&M. She frequently leverages her experience in the Industrial Assessment Center to conduct energy assessments and assess building energy efficiency opportunities.
She began working at PNNL at the Joint Global Change Research Institute (JGCRI) in 2020. She worked on the development of the Community Emissions Data System (CEDS), which tracks 10 historical anthropogenic GHGs and aerosols back to 1750. She also worked with the IEA's Building Energy Communities Building Energy Codes Working Group, conducting research on international building energy codes. She also conducted research involving decarbonizing district heating systems in Eastern Europe.
- Building energy efficiency
- Decarbonization strategies
- Building energy codes
- Greenhouse gas tracking
- M.S. Renewable and Clean Energy
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering
- Certified Energy Manager (CEM)