Utility costs place a significant financial burden on the 35 million very low- to moderate-income (LMI) single-family households in the United States. On average, low-income households spend three times as much to heat and cool their homes as the average household—from 20 percent to 50 percent of their…
Greg is a Senior Associate within RMI’s Buildings Practice, leveraging a background in real estate finance to help strengthen the business case for clean energy and sustainability in the built environment. His work at RMI to date has mainly supported the Portfolio Energy Optimization and Residential Energy+ initiatives.
Before joining RMI, Greg developed well-rounded private sector experience in the commercial real estate industry while working in New York City. Most recently, he helped launch the U.S. real estate investing platform of Allianz, an international insurance and asset management company, where he was responsible for evaluating acquisitions of large office, retail, and multifamily properties. Prior to that, he worked in the debt financing and asset management departments of real estate private equity and development firm Tishman Speyer, collaborating closely with leasing, property management, and other in-house functions. His graduate studies focused on energy and environmental aspects of buildings, including sustainable design, energy simulation, and innovative financing solutions.
MS, Real Estate & the Built Environment, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
BA, Economics, Yale University