The Energy Leadership Achievement Awards spotlights individuals and organizations that are making significant contributions to the fields of energy policy, innovation, and business. We are proud to announce that Martin Clinton, CEA, CEM, CHPEW, Building Performance Services Manager has advanced as a finalist for 2022.
Martin was nominated for the annual Individual Energy Leadership Achievement Award. This award spotlights an individual for making significant contributions in energy policy, innovation and business.
Martin has spearheaded many thought leadership efforts aimed at helping building owners comply with cutting-edge Washington State and City of Seattle energy policies. He took it upon himself to create high-quality virtual training videos for building owners. He routinely speaks at events and forums, hosts webinars, leads industry roundtables, authors articles, and stands as the subject matter expert in energy policy issues. He recently received his Certified Energy Auditor certificate from the Association of Energy Engineers making him one of only ~15 CEAs in Washington
As UMC’s Building Performance Services Manager, Martin specializes in building operations. He and his team perform energy audits, facility assessments, facility support, building automation system support and programming, monitoring-based commissioning, training, and more. Martin is an expert in the Washington Clean Buildings Performance Standard, a first-of-its-kind law in the nation. Through his time at Swedish Issaquah, the nation's most energy-efficient hospital, he brings a unique owner’s perspective to his work. Martin is an outstanding force in promoting efficiency at all levels: smart energy use starts as ideas on paper; Martin shows how to make it real in complex-built environments.
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