Federal Project Executive, Oakridge National Laboratory
Scott Wolf is a Federal Project Executive at Oakridge National Laboratory where he supports the Department of Energy Federal Energy Management Program. Mr. Wolf assists federal agencies in the western part of the country with launching successful third party financed projects and has worked with most federal agencies in the field. Mr. Wolf has 30 years of energy technology and engineering experience, including performing technical analysis and energy program development in the government sector. Scott holds a B.S. Degree in Solar Engineering from Colorado Technical University.
Energy Improvements and Alternative Funding Options
Tuesday, May 1, 2018 – 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Learn how DOE’s successful Federal Energy Management Program can finance energy saving initiatives without up-front capital costs. Benefits to NSF major facilities include up-front funding without additional appropriations, guaranteed cost savings and performance, and freeing up money for science. NSF major facility case studies will be discussed, including examples funded via NSF Research and Related Activity funding for facility Operations and Maintenance versus DOE’s Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs).