Lori Moen - 2021 Hall of Fame Inductee

Lori Moen, CEM, CSBA has over 30 years of diverse and deep experience in the energy industry.  Her innovative approaches to sustainable design, distributed generation, capital improvements, behavior change, and financing programs have resulted in millions of dollars in verified resource savings.

Straddling the utility and customer divide, Lori has split her career between utility program delivery and facility energy management.  She has worked for all four major utilities in the Puget Sound Region implementing and overseeing customer-facing energy programs.  On the owner-side, she has managed energy and resource conservation programs within county and school district facilities.  Her EE experience spans from goat barns to flight simulators, and from integrated controls to simple behavior change initiatives.  

Lori currently leads the Solutions Design and Management unit for Customer Energy Solutions at Seattle City Light.  In this role, she oversees a Program Management Office responsible for cradle-to-grave design of an ever-changing portfolio of customer solutions.  The portfolio has 23 active programs spanning all customer sectors and markets including EE, Renewables, and EVs. Her team recently launched an Energy-Efficiency as a Service pilot and energized the utility’s first residential EV charging stations.

Lori has a bachelor's in Physics and German from Willamette University.  She is a Certified Energy Manager, a Certified Energy Procurement Professional, and a Certified Sustainable Building Advisor and has been an active member of the Association of Energy Engineers for nearly three decades.  Lori became an AEE member in the early 1990’s and worked with colleagues to successfully charter a local chapter in 2006.  She has actively engaged in AEE leadership since 2004, serving on the board and as president of the local AEE chapter, and supporting program development of AEE West for several years.  She was elected to Region V VP, and subsequently served on AEE’s board from 2016 through 2020, holding the role of Board President in 2019.  In addition, Lori served on the CEM exam committee for 6 years, has presented and chaired sessions at numerous conferences, is a CWEEL member, and participated in AEE’s Cuba and Western Europe Trade Missions

Please welcome Lori to the Hall of Fame!