Energy Consultant

“As an energy reporting analyst I develop and deliver custom energy procurement and management reports for clients. Through these reports I provide customers with analytically based insight and actionable information to reduce overall energy costs and improve performance.”

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As an Energy Consultant at Usource, Jesse develops and delivers custom energy procurement and management reports for clients. In addition, he provides clients with analytically-based insight and actionable information to reduce overall energy costs and improve performance. Prior to joining Usource, Jesse worked as a consultant performing evaluations of federal and state run energy efficiency programs by analyzing survey data, conducting market research, and drafting reports. He has developed an extensive knowledge of building science by conducting dozens of comprehensive energy audits throughout New England for the evaluation of utility sponsored residential and multifamily construction programs. Jesse holds a M.A. in Energy & Environmental Analysis from Boston University, a B.S. from the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources of the University of Vermont, and is a Building Performance Institute Certified Building Analyst Professional.

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When is the Best Time to Buy in the Energy Market?

SEIZE THE MOMENT: Timing is everything, especially in the energy market. Unfortunately, there is never really a “perfect time” to buy energy (which is why it’s important to always be monitoring energy prices). Focus on the fundamentals and key drivers. Key price drivers in the energy ... Read Full Post

Blades of Progress are Spinning: Offshore Wind in the U.S.

When the blades of the five turbine, 30 MW system started turning off the coast of Block Island, history was made – the first U.S. offshore wind farm was up and running. And now other projects may follow. ‘Offshore wind’ is wind turbines installed and operated in the ocean, usually on ... Read Full Post

Make Your Energy Data Actionable

As an energy manager, you recognize the benefits of tracking your organization’s energy costs and consumption. The challenge, however, is getting all of those data points, reports and bills in one central location, and then finding the time to analyze the information to pin-point ... Read Full Post

Is Your Power Factor Causing a Utility Bill Increase?

In order to always provide the electricity required of consumers and to maintain electric grid reliability, utilities need to know a company’s peak electric demand. When turning on a facility, whether it is starting up a manufacturing line, building air conditioning, or a compressor for ... Read Full Post

Locked into a high price energy contract? You have options.

Trying to time the energy markets is a lot like trying to time the stock market. There are a lot of interdependent, unpredictable variables that make timing the market to the day, week or month pretty much impossible. There are however big fundamental trends and resulting cycles that, once in ... Read Full Post

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