Chelsea Conlon is a chemical engineer, specializing in water/wastewater process and pumping systems, including the analysis of the operational energy consumption and sustainable design alternatives. Ms. Conlon is responsible for conducting field testing of mechanical equipment, energy evaluations and engineering analysis of process systems. Ms. Conlon conducts on-site field evaluation using portable instrumentation to evaluate, monitor, and optimize process equipment performance. She works closely with state and local incentive programs to secure funding for efficiency and renewable energy projects. Ms. Conlon’s experience includes analysis of rates structures and electric billing, and commissioning of equipment and systems for comprehensive facility upgrades.
Previously Ms. Conlon worked at Eversource Energy in the Massachusetts Energy Efficiency department. While at Eversource Energy she assisted with the assessment of energy efficiency projects, including advanced lighting, heating ventilation and air conditioning, variable frequency drives, compressors, control systems, and building management systems.
Ms. Conlon obtained a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She has authored multiple publications for the regional and national professional association journals. She actively maintains industry certifications, including OSHA 10, Confined Space training and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices