Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Reshma Singh is the Program Director of the Department of Energy’s climatetech-to-market IMPEL program, the California Energy Commission's R2M2 Microgrids program, and previously the Presidential U.S.-India Center for Building Energy Research and Development (CBERD). She brings over 10 years of experience working with complex international ecosystems at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She has been awarded two clean-tech patents, including for a building-to-grid smart spaces device and solar powered vaccine refrigerator. Her book Building Innovation: A Guide for High-Performance Energy-Efficient Buildings in India was launched across five cities and widely adopted in India. She is also a key contributor to the Bay Area Council’s The Bay Area-Silicon Valley and India: Convergence and Alignment in the Innovation Age and Mutations: Harvard Project on the City. Reshma serves on the Telecommunications Industry Association’s Smart Buildings, Power and Energy group, and the U.S. State Department’s TechWomen Council. She is a recipient of the American Association of University Women award and Harvard University’s Community Fellowship award.