SEEING CWEEL: ELIZABETH ENGOREN
In the words of her nominator Amalia Cuadra, “I am proud to nominate Elizabeth Engoren, PE, in recognition of her commitment to building sustainability and her support to other emerging professionals in the industry. She provides hands-on training and mentoring to junior engineers and she welcomes any questions from the team and provides detailed explanations, even when she is busy with her own tasks.”
In Her Own Words
What achievements, projects, or presentations are you proud of?
Being the recipient of NESEA’s 2021 Kate Goldstein Emerging Leader Award. This award recognizes contributions to NESEA and commitment to supporting the next generation of emerging professionals in the building energy community.
Tell us more about your career:
Elizabeth is EN-POWER’s Director of Strategic Initiatives. She works closely with our Executive Team and Service Managers to identify, implement, and manage EN-POWER’s comprehensive goals, needs, and business strategies. She also oversees the development and execution of the firm’s communications strategy and leadership contributions to a variety of partners including: Building Energy Exchange (BEEx), the Northeastern Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability (NYCMOS), NYSERDA, Urban Green Council, and major real estate developers and management companies. This work is especially fulfilling to Elizabeth as it combines her strong engineering and policy backgrounds with her social and environmental values.
Additionally, she works closely with our Director of Energy Engineering to ensure a broad spectrum of managerial responsibilities are achieved for the Energy Engineering and Auditing (EE&A) Team. Elizabeth’s work is informed by her deep experience as an energy engineer, having led energy studies covering over 14 million square feet of commercial and multifamily buildings. Her expertise includes energy auditing, energy modeling, energy and carbon reduction plan development, retro-commissioning, project management, and project financing for a variety of mechanical, renewable, and energy storage systems.
Elizabeth is the recipient of NESEA’s 2021 Kate Goldstein Emerging Leader Award. This award recognizes Elizabeth for her contributions to NESEA and her commitment to supporting the next generation of emerging professionals in the building energy community.
Elizabeth is the Director of Strategic Initiatives at EN-POWER GROUP. She has earned multiple industry-wide recognizable credentials, including Licensed Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Energy Manager (CEM), and Multifamily Building Analyst (MFBA). Elizabeth has led energy studies covering more than 15 million square feet of existing buildings, facilitating building owners to develop and implement energy reduction plans and secure rebates and incentives.
As the Director of Strategic Initiatives, Elizabeth also develops and manages company-wide communications strategies. She spearheads EN-POWER’s participation and leadership contributions to a variety of organizations. Critically, Elizabeth also plays a key role in EN-POWER’s efforts to build a diverse team and build the energy industry by engaging young professionals with different backgrounds and serving on two of our four internal Social Justice Committees.