Principal, Energy Efficiency Research and Evaluation
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Robert Kasman is a principal analyst at Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Based in San Francisco, Robert has 15 years of experience designing, managing and guiding research and evaluations of energy efficiency programs. He is passionate that evaluations should be easy to understand by varied audiences, and that they should be useful and actionable for program implementers and policy makers alike. Prior to joining PG&E in 2007, Robert was a research project manager at RLW Analytics (acquired by DNV-GL).
Robert has published several industry papers and evaluation guidelines, developed new evaluation reporting methods, and recently developed new program targeting methods intended to serve programs using meter-based savings approaches. Robert serves as a board member of the IEPEC. He holds a B.A. in physics from the University of Massachusetts, an MBA from Northeastern University, and has studied statistics at San Francisco State University. In his spare time, you can often find Robert hiking and climbing in the Sierra Nevadas and spending time with his wife Margarita.