Energy@Work’s team draws from a wide variety of skills and experience. We have actively fostered a collegial atmosphere in our office, and all of our team members are enthusiastic about collaboration and committed to working together to best serve the needs of our clients.


Scott Rouse

Managing Partner


As Managing Partner for Energy@Work, Scott’s focus is on helping customers achieve sustainable results by improving their ‘triple bottom line’: Economic Prosperity, Environmental Performance, and Social Responsibility. Scott’s ‘secret of success’ is the respect he has for partnerships that deliver win-win results!


Lucas Born

Energy Manager

B.Sc. Hydrogeology and Economics Specialization

Lucas manages the Energy Master Plans employed at our downtown commercial office portfolio. He identifies opportunities to improve building energy performance and coordinates ongoing energy efficiency projects such as M&V plans, energy audits (ASHRAE Level II), building simulations and existing building commissioning.


Brad Billingsley

Project Manager

B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Analyzes building data to identify savings opportunities to improve the energy efficiency of the buildings.

Coordinates the planning and implementation of energy projects with the property management teams.

Amir Kamandlooie

Energy Analyst

M.Sc., EIT

As an Energy Analyst, Amir provides invaluable project support and analytics for our clients. He uses his expertise to quantify energy consumption using different metrics in order to effectively convey information.


Chiara Tolardo


B.Sc. Civil Engineering, M.Sc. Building Engineering

Chiara provides our technical expertise and specializes in providing detailed analysis of building utility consumption. Chiara is responsible for the identification and implementation of Energy Efficiency Measures, including the commissioning of metering/sub-metering systems and numerous optimization strategies.

Her analytical skills enable her to provide detailed analysis of weather dependent consumption and building thermal loads as well as the development of a code in order to classify building energy performance according to interaction between buildings’ features and mechanical systems.