Reshma Singh serves as Program Director of the U.S. Department of Energy’s tech-to-market IMPEL program (IMPEL.lbl.gov), an early-stage incubator and accelerator for building-energy technologies. She manages the California Energy Commission’s R2M2 microgrid program, and previously the Presidential U.S.-India bilateral Center for Building Energy Research and Development (www.CBERD.org) at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
She brings over 10 years of experience advancing urban sustainability, cleantech buildings innovation, and working with complex international ecosystems in United States, India, and Singapore. Reshma’s work lies at the intersection of design and technology of smart buildings and cities, with a focus on energy, data analytics, UX, and IoT sensors and controls.
Reshma holds two cleantech patents. She is author of the “Building Innovation Guide for High-Performance Energy Efficient Buildings in India” (www.BuildingInnovationGuide.com), and contributor to the book “Mutations: Harvard Project on the City”. She serves on the Telecommunications Industry Association’s (TIA) Smart Buildings and Power and Energy group, on the Advisory Council for the U.S. Department’s of State’s international TechWomen program, and is recipient of the American Association of University Women award and Harvard’s Community Service fellowship.