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Kurmit Rockwell is a member of the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) Project Services team where he serves as the ESPC program manager, overseeing FEMPs services, tools, and resources needed to assist agencies with implementing successful ESPC projects.
Over a career spanning 25 years Kurmit’s work included engineering and implementation of ESPC projects for federal and state and local governments. He has been involved in all aspects of ESPC projects from project inception through post award performance period activities.
During his career he has served in different capacities within the energy services industry and has focused on the evaluation and implementation of energy and water cost saving technologies, smart building energy optimization services, renewable energy systems, and demand side management. He has worked for a number of private sector companies serving clients in the federal, state, municipal and commercial sectors. He holds a Bachelor in Chemical Engineering, from NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, and a Master’s degree from the University of Colorado’s Building Systems Engineering program. He is also a registered professional engineer in multiple states.