Mr. Morgan is President of CESI. He has worked closely with local communities to plan and launch comprehensive energy efficiency programs, including Cambridge, Cincinnati and Charlottesville. He and his colleagues address program design, determine marketing plans, qualify and oversee technical contractors, and assist in arranging financing for their clients. He speaks and writes regularly on these topics, as well as on compatible utility program incentives and energy performance contracting.
Prior to joining CESI in the 2007, Mr. Morgan was Vice-President of AMERESCO, where he led the nation's largest energy services company division solely dedicated to serving multifamily buildings. His work at AMERESCO led to over $175 million in energy efficiency investments in the past ten years. He led that company’s efforts to integrate asthma mitigation interventions with energy measures at three housing authorities in New England and is now working with the New York City Housing Authority on a similar initiative.
Mr. Morgan has served as Board Treasurer of the National Association of Energy Services Companies (NAESCO) and is currently serving on the Board of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE). Mr. Morgan also enjoys a national reputation in electric and gas utility energy efficiency program design and early implementation assistance. He has testified before Congressional Subcommittees on renewable energy issues and has provided energy efficiency consulting services to Fannie Mae, the Ford Foundation, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and both public and investor-owned utilities.
Mr. Morgan holds a BA and a Masters in Education degrees from Harvard University as well as a Ph.D in Policy, Planning and Administration from Brandeis University. He now lives in the District of Columbia several months a year.