As a director in Guidehouse's Energy practice, Judith Reich has provided solutions for over 25 years to energy-related issues for residential and commercial scale equipment and small-scale power systems. She focuses on delivering technology and market assessments, in-depth technical analyses, laboratory investigations, and test method development with an emphasis on energy efficiency, particularly as part of the regulatory process. Her client base ranges from federal and state governments to utilities and industry organizations.
Areas of expertise:
Energy Efficiency Regulatory Support: Leads a team of subject-matter experts that provides analytical support and technical know-how to governmental agencies and utilities that are implementing, verifying, and enforcing energy efficiency and water consumption regulations, policies, and incentive programs.
Emerging Technologies, Product Testing, and Appliance Development: Energy market research and technology landscapes. Conducts detailed investigative testing at Guidehouse and third-party laboratories to understand product performance, and draws upon the results of those tests and deep industry experience to develop novel test methods and product designs.
Sensors, Controls, and Power Systems: Investigates connectivity and security of smart grid-connected residential products. Performs critical evaluations and strategic assessments of small-scale power generation devices, sensors, and related controls.
MS, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology BS, Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University