HPSC Executive and Executive Director of City Green
Peter is a social entrepreneurial and strategic innovator with over 20 years of experience designing and delivering clean energy and building energy efficiency programs and services in North America, Latin America and Asia. At City Green, Peter is Executive Director and EnerGuide Rating System Service Organization Manager - responsible for business leadership and management, business development, project management, contractor and staff coordination and partnership development. Peter regularly develops and delivers training and provides presentations designed to build industry and stakeholder capacity and increase awareness of the full value and benefits of home and building energy efficiency.
Peter currently holds the following building energy efficiency advisory roles: Chair, Natural Resources Canada ENERGY STAR for New Homes Technical Advisory Committee; Executive, BC Home Performance Industry Stakeholder Council (HPSC); member, Home Energy Labelling and RateOurHome Steering Committee; member, BC Energy Step Code Technical Advisory Committee; member, BC Energy Step Code Compliance and Energy Advisor Subcommittee; member, BC Energy Step Code Education and Capacity Building Subcommittee.
Prior to working with City Green, Peter managed the International Renewable Energy Program for Falls Brook Centre coordinating rural electrification and capacity building projects in Nicaragua and India. In the field of disarmament and post conflict reconstruction, Peter developed skills training and small business development programs for victims of war and worked as a research consultant with the Nobel Prize winning International Campaign to Ban Landmines and its civil society reporting network the Landmine Monitor. In his youth, Peter worked as a commercial fisher, logger, house framer and renovator for commercial properties. When not working, Peter spends his time with family, coaching youth baseball, mentoring youth baseball umpires, building stuff, camping and being in the ocean.