Tom Mauldin has 20 years of experience in program evaluation and market research in support of energy-efficiency programs. He has designed and managed process evaluations, impact evaluations, and market assessments across a wide variety of sectors, programs, and technologies, including lighting, appliances, HVAC, new construction, and existing buildings. These studies have entailed in-depth interviews, telephone surveys, and onsite data collection conducted with an array of audiences, including manufacturers, retailers, contractors, businesses, residential customers, and program staff.
Tom recently managed the third round of a baseline study of the residential new construction and existing homes markets in Vermont. He has also led the evaluation of the residential lighting, appliances, and new construction programs for Consumers Energy for several years. In Massachusetts, he leads NMR’s contributions to the evaluation of commercial & industrial programs. He is also managing a portfolio impact and process evaluation of the DC Sustainable Energy Utility programs.
He holds an MS in Ecology & Environmental Sciences from the University of Maine and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University. Tom lives in Maine, where he enjoys the ocean and mountains with his family.