Lucas Phillips

Lucas Phillips


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Personal Profile

Lucas Phillips joined NREL in 2014 and is focused on energy efficiency integration within new and existing building stock. He provides technical project management support for the 13 research projects in the U.S. Department of Energy Building America Program, and he also supports research in building automation systems. He has done laboratory testing of building technologies such as humidity control systems, residential and commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), envelope, heat pump water heaters, ground source heat pumps, and liquid cooled high-power computing systems. He has a strong desire to work more closely with industry to advance workforce development and integrate energy efficiency as a staple in all residential and commercial building construction and retrofit applications. 

Research Interests

Optimization of residential HVAC and dehumidification systems

High-performance and zero energy homes

Indoor air quality

Knowledge dissemination and workforce development

Education/Academic Qualification

Associate, Electrical Science, Community College of the Air Force

Master, Technology Management, Eastern Illinois University

Bachelor, Organizational and Professional Development, Eastern Illinois University


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