Meghan Duff is a Senior Associate, R&D Projects at the Association for Energy Affordability. At AEA, Meghan provides technical analysis and project management services for the Low Income Weatherization Program for Multifamily (LIWP-MF) and the Solar on Multifamily Affordable Housing program (SOMAH). She is also currently working on several CEC EPIC funded research studies, all of which are researching and evaluating pathways to electrification and decarbonization of multifamily buildings, both in new construction and retrofit applications. She is the project manager for one of AEA’s newest EPIC grants, for which AEA is the prime, that is looking to design, fabricate, and test a packaged mechanical system product in the CA multifamily retrofit market. Meghan specializes in using energy data to make recommendations and find systems inefficiencies in affordable multifamily buildings. Before joining AEA, Meghan gained experience in the solar industry at Sungevity Inc. working as a specialist on Sungevity’s Rebate & Interconnection team. Meghan graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA in Environmental Science, concentrating her studies in architecture and sustainable design, and has been working in energy and renewables ever since. She is a certified Passive House Consultant, GreenPoint Rater, and BPI Building Analyst. Through her work, Meghan strives to transform the built environment to combat climate change.