Energy Engineer and Sustainability Facilitator at Colorado State University
Carol Dollard is an Energy Engineer and Sustainability Facilitator at Colorado State University. In her nearly 15 years there, she has helped make University operations more sustainable. These efforts include: seven photovoltaic installations totaling over 5,500 kW, a biomass plant that burns wood chips, 11 LEED Gold buildings with more pending, and a wide variety of energy and water efficiency projects. She has implemented projects through a broad spectrum of funding models ranging from direct allocations to third party partnerships with power purchase agreements. In addition to working on implementing projects on campus, she leads a team that conducts the University’s annual greenhouse gas inventory and produces biannual updates to the CSU Climate Action Plan. Carol received her MSME from Colorado State in 1990. She is a licensed Professional Engineer and a LEED AP.