Principal, Energy Efficiency Research and Evaluation
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Robert Kasman is a Principal of energy efficiency research and evaluation at Pacific Gas and Electric Company, headquartered in San Francisco. He has 14 years of experience designing and managing research evaluations across a broad portfolio of energy efficiency programs. Robert’s recent focus has been improving industry evaluation methods and reporting, with the goal of making evaluations more useful and actionable for program implementers and policy makers. Prior to joining PG&E in 2007, Robert was a research project manager at RLW Analytics (acquired by DNV-GL).
Robert has published numerous industry papers and guidelines, and developed new evaluation reporting methods. Robert has a B.A. in physics from the University of Massachusetts, a Corporate MBA through Digital Equipment Corporation and Northeastern University, and he completed graduate statistics studies at San Francisco State University. In his spare time you can often find Robert hiking and camping in the Sierra Nevadas.