Andrea Salazar began her career in the energy industry as a project manager for a photovoltaic installation company. When she first joined E Source in 2010, she focused on researching energy-efficient technologies as well as programs and policies. After four years, she joined the Engineering & Technology Solutions Practice at EMI Consulting, where she managed impact evaluations, conducted engineering desk reviews and technology assessments, and provided technical guidance and consulting to numerous utility clients. She rejoined E Source in 2017 as director of the technology assessment practice, where she leads a team of engineers and physicists with the goal of helping E Source members solve their most challenging tech issues. Her areas of expertise include understanding the human elements of energy-efficient technology adoption, M&V 2.0, energy analytics, renewable energy systems, sustainable building design, and impact evaluation methodologies. She holds a BS in engineering physics and an MS in building science engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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Top Tech Trends of 2017

Andrea Salazar
March 28, 2018

Each year, the E Source tech team highlights the most-exciting, newsworthy, or promising technologies to date. Check out our publicly available e-book to learn more about 5 of the 20 technologies and trends they identified.

5 Technologies and Trends That Caught Our Attention in 2017

Essie Snell, Monali Mujumdar, Andrea Salazar
March 26, 2018

Each year, the E Source tech team compiles a list of the technologies and trends that made waves that year. For 2017, our list includes whole-home renewable energy systems, lighting's role in DSM portfolios, M&V 2.0, CTA-2045, and advanced controls for small and midsize businesses.

Did You Miss the 2017 California Emerging Technologies Summit? We’ve Got Your Top Takeaways

Bryan Jungers, Essie Snell, Andrea Salazar
May 4, 2017

Didn’t get a chance to attend this year's California Emerging Technologies Summit? Never fear! E Sourcers Bryan Jungers, Essie Snell, and Andrea Salazar were there and are ready to fill you in! Read our top takeaways.