Nandini Mouli’s Outgoing Message
Nandini joined CWEEL as a Board member in 2015 when Maryanne Lauderdale was the Co-Chair. She has managed the Scholarship & Awards Committee and have streamlined the CWEEL Scholarship and Awards application, nomination, and selection process. Under her tenure, the Committee has provided about $40,000 to 42 students and $5,000 to five incredible women by giving Chapter Champion awards. Nandini continues to be passionate about encouraging more students to pursue energy engineering and, to this objective, has provided jobs to young college graduates from U.MD and Missouri, etc., in her business, eSai LLC, and teaching sustainability and energy engineering best practices to underprivileged students in Maryland's eastern shore. She plans to continue to be involved in the AEE through AEE-Baltimore Chapter, where she is currently the President.
Nandini Mouli is the Founder/CEO of eSai LLC, an energy engineering company at Reisterstown, Maryland. Prior to starting eSai LLC, she managed energy and chemical businesses at DuPont and at Maryland Energy Administration (MEA). At MEA working with the Maryland utilities she helped institute financial incentives for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) program for the first time in Maryland. For its contributions in the clean energy field, eSai LLC has received the SBA’s “2018 Maryland Woman-Owned business of the year” and “The innovative Small Business of the year” awards, among others.
Ms. Mouli is an inventor of 49 US and International patents, trained in Climate Change Leadership, CEM, ISO-50001, DOE SEP programs, and is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt. Currently she is serving as the President of Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)-Baltimore.