Gary has been intimately involved in energy efficiency and renewable energy since 1973. One fifth of his career was spent in the Kingdom of Lesotho, the rest in the United States. He has a passion for hot water: getting into it, getting out of it, and efficiently delivering it to meet customers' needs.
Having completed 19 years with the California Energy Commission, Gary started a new firm, Affiliated International Management LLC, which provides consulting on sustainability through an international team of affiliates. Gary received a B.A. from Cornell University in 1975 with an independent major in Technology and Society, and an emphasis on energy conservation and renewable energy. Gary is working under contract to IMT to increase the efficiency of hot water design and distribution in model building energy codes.
Ron leads IMT's contribution to COMNET, a collaborative initiative to standardize and improve building energy modeling. He came to IMT after completing a Masters of Architecture at the University of New Mexico in 2009. He was a physicist with the Los Alamos National Laboratory for 31 years, the majority of which he spent working at the Lujan Neutron Scattering Center. Ron received a Ph.D. in physics from Duke University in 1971, an MBA from the University of New Mexico in 1997, and a B.S. in physics and mathematics from Florida State University in 1967.