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Travis Stanislaus

Travis Stanislaus

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352


Travis Stanislaus joined Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in October 2013 as an Engineer on the Building Performance Team. He currently supports the Building Performance Team by conducting energy audits, analyzing utility consumption trends and rates, developing energy models, and creating energy conversation recommendations for U.S. Army Reserve Centers. Additionally, Travis explores the feasibility of renewable energy project, analyzes life cycle costs and savings of engineering projects, and works Army Reserve Regional Support Command to implement energy management strategy. Prior to joining PNNL, Travis conducted energy audits and designed energy conservation projects for multifamily building owners in New York City under the Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program, and supported the implementation a citywide utility energy efficiency program while with the Association for Energy Affordability. Travis also worked in the U.S. House of Representatives for the Honorable Edolphus Towns and the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology as a staff intern.

Research Interests

  • Energy efficiency in buildings
  • Energy modeling of buildings
  • Renewable energy technology implementation
  • Building mechanical system controls and optimization strategy
  • Field energy audits
  • Life cycle financial analysis of engineering projects
  • Utility rate analysis
  • Optimal design of building mechanical systems
  • Energy management strategy

Education and Credentials

  • B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University, 2010
  • EIT Certification, 2012

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