Molly Keleher is a chemical engineer, specializing in the analysis of the operational energy consumption of wastewater and drinking water treatment facilities, and the implementation of energy reducing and sustainable alternatives and methodologies. Ms. Keleher has extensive experience in facility energy evaluations, pumping system analyses, and obtaining funding for energy efficient equipment and controls. Previously Ms. Keleher worked at General Dynamics Electric Boat as a hydraulics piping systems engineer. Most recently she worked as an associate on the Electricity Program at RMI, a nonprofit focused on transitioning the global energy system to zero-carbon. While at RMI, Ms. Keleher worked with PUC staff, utility executives, and internal RMI teams on a variety of projects focused on getting more renewables on the electricity grid and building an electricity system to support economy-wide decarbonization.
Ms. Keleher obtained a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She actively maintains industry certifications, including Certified Energy Manager (CEM), OSHA 10, Confined Space training and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E Electrical Safe Work Practices.