Adam Hinge is the managing director of Sustainable Energy Partnerships, a small consulting firm specializing in energy efficiency programs and policy issues. Sustainable Energy Partnerships works to initiate and implement viable energy efficiency projects and policies in North America and around the world.
Adam works as an advisor to government agencies, multilateral development bodies, environmental NGOs, energy suppliers, and others in developing energy efficiency market-transformation initiatives. Recent clients include the World Bank, the International Energy Agency, the Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance, and numerous governments, NGOs, and private energy services providers and consumers.
He has published a variety of research reports, several comparing different building performance policies among major global economies. Adam has degrees in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, is a registered Professional Engineer in New York, and has served as an Adjunct Associate Professor and Adjunct Research Scholar at Columbia University’s Graduate School of International and Public Affairs.
Adam is based in New York, United States.