Stephen Selkowitz, head of the Building Technology Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, explores the myriad of benefits associated with energy efficient windows.
Chevron Energy Solutions' John Mahoney responds, highlighting both the costs and benefits of implementing efficient windows.
As Chief Operating Officer, John Mahoney oversees business development and operations for Chevron Energy Solutions' major business units. He has more than 20 years of leadership experience encompassing many facets of the energy services field.
Mr. Mahoney was President of Viron Energy Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of York International and CMS Energy, before the sale of Viron to Chevron Energy Solutions in 2003. While at Viron, he led the company through a significant growth period that brought it to a leadership position in the energy services industry.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Mahoney worked for Honeywell, where he held leadership positions in sales management, product marketing, strategic and business planning and general management.
Stephen Selkowitz is Department Head of the Building Technologies Department at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), where he manages a research development and deployment program encompassing windows and day lighting, lighting systems, computer simulation tools, commercial building performance, and demand response research.
Dr. Selkowitz has 30 years of experience in the field of building energy performance, with an emphasis on research, development and deployment of energy efficient technologies and design practices. His career has emphasized systems integration and a life cycle performance perspective. The program balances a state-of-the-art research effort with an aggressive technology transfer and implementation effort, so that results of LBNL's work can be effectively used by industry and the building community.