Kris Bradley has nearly 30 years of consulting and engineering experience in the energy industry, including code compliance consulting, research on emerging technologies, utility load research, market assessment studies, efficiency potential modeling, energy use forecasting, equipment technical assessment studies, program assessment and design, and all aspects of evaluation, measurement and verification (EM&V), spanning market, process and impact studies. His experience is grounded in mechanical engineering analysis supporting energy use estimation for an expansive array of equipment and technologies. Mr. Bradley has recently focused on energy efficiency program evaluation work in California for the CPUC, but has a proven track record across the U.S. managing and participating in portfolio-level evaluations covering all aspects of EM&V, including demand response, custom, new constructions and deemed program evaluations, for programs delivered to residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural and institutional customers. He is conversant and capable in all aspects of IPMVP, metering, end-use modeling and related algorithm development, model calibration, statistical regression modeling and building and building system simulation modeling.
Mr. Bradley holds a B.S. in Environmental Resource Engineering from Humboldt State University.
Kris has a wife, two daughters and a dog for companions, a home in the San Francisco bay area, and in addition to work, keeps busy on local trails mountain biking and hiking, gardening, skiing and frequently barbequing.