Anne Curran leads Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA)’s Luminaire Level Lighting Controls initiative, which focuses on promoting the development and adoption of advanced lighting controls. Working with utilities, manufacturers, retailers, distributors and other regional and national stakeholders, her goal is to address market barriers that hinder luminaire level lighting control solutions becoming standard practice in the Northwest.
Anne has spent more than a decade promoting energy efficiency. Before joining NEEA, she held a number of program development and management roles with PECI (now CLEAResult). Anne’s energy efficiency design and implementation experience has spanned Residential, Commercial and Industrial sectors with assignments in programs targeting New Homes, Grocery Stores, Commercial New Construction, HVAC Quality Maintenance and Agriculture. Anne holds a BS in Economics from University of Pennsylvania and a MBA from University of California at Berkeley.
In her free time, Anne enjoys hiking, biking and exploring the beautiful scenery the Northwest offers. Even after living in Oregon for more than a decade, she is in awe of the Cascades and cherishes every mountain view.