Jonathan Heller, PE

President

“Our engineering team is applying what Ecotope is learning on the research side; bringing that emerging understanding to actual real-world projects.”

Jonathan Heller has over 30 years of experience providing design, research, and consulting on energy and resource efficiency in the built environment. Mr. Heller’s research has provided the technical basis for the development of regional energy codes and energy conservation programs. He provides consulting services to local developers, architects, universities, and housing authorities, as well as regional utilities and municipalities. Mr. Heller’s mechanical engineering design work has focused on integration of emerging energy efficient technologies in highly efficient commercial buildings, multifamily and small residential projects with an explicit focus on energy efficient construction.

EDUCATION:
Licensed Engineer WA, OR, AK & ID
M.E., Engineering and Public Policy, University of Washington, 1992
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington, 1986
B.A., Energy Systems, Evergreen State College, 1986

AFFILIATIONS:
E3T Commercial HVAC Technical Advisory Group for the Bonneville Power Administration
U.S. Green Building Council; LEED Accredited Professional
City of Seattle Living Building Challenge Technical Advisory Group, Member
ASHRAE, Member
Northwest Eco-Building Guild, Member
Engineers Without Borders, Puget Sound Professionals Chapter, Member

HOBBIES:
Skiing
Backpacking
Traveling
Pie baking