Leonard Greer is an international consulting energy engineer and the principal and founder of Resource Analytics Services, LLC. He received his BSME (Mechanical Engineering) with high honors from the University of Tennessee in 1981. He has extensive experience with many facets of the energy industry, from national-level policy analysis to utility scale production, down to plant-wide maintenance and component-level renovations. He also won a scholarship to obtain a MSME from the University of Hawaii in 1992 based on laboratory work that led to a publication in the International Journal of Heat and Mass.
As the former national energy planner for the South Pacific Island State of Tuvalu, and a research engineer at the Pacific International Center for High Technology Research, he chronicled in detail the deployment and development of renewable energy sources (wind, solar, etc.) across the Pacific. Furthermore, he has wide-ranging practical experience with facility energy management, and was the Resource Efficiency Manager for a US Air Force base that achieved a US Air Force Energy Conservation Award in 2007.
Beyond working as a trainer for nuclear power plant control room operators, Leonard Greer also developed an entire training program for a biometric security start-up with offices in Europe. He is a full member of the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), as well as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the states of Indiana and Tennessee, and is a Certified Green Building Engineer and a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) by the Association of Energy Engineers. Furthermore, he is an Accredited Professional of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Building Rating System with the specialization of Operation and Maintenance (LEED AP O+M).