Nicholas Moshage

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Senior Program Associate

Nicholas Moshage serves as a Senior Program Associate at MEEA. He is responsible for the K-12 Outreach program in addition to being the resident lighting expert and assisting with the implementation of the DOE’s 50001 Ready program in the Midwest. In 2018, he completed the CP EnMS course through Georgia Tech to provide technical assistance to industrial customers interested in strategic energy management.

Previously, Nicholas worked with the Illinois Office of Energy and Recycling at the Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity as a Renewable Energy Program Specialist Intern. Nicholas graduated from the University of Illinois Springfield with a master’s in public administration. Prior to graduate school, he earned a B.A. from Bradley University. Nick enjoys spending time outdoors camping, cooking and caving. He currently serves as an Assistant Scout Master with the Scouts BSA program.

Author Latest Articles

Networked Lighting Systems: The Key to Future Lighting Program Savings?

This blog is part of a series to show that while lighting projects may not be the low-hanging fruit of energy efficiency programs they once were,…

Changes to the Next Generation of Tubular Lighting

Lighting Industry Update Series: Part 1 The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) recently announced an update to the solid-state qualified products list (…

This Lighting Guide Helps Indoor Growers Weed Out Fraud

In November 2018, the DesignLights Consortium (DLC), "a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the widespread adoption of high-performing…

DOE Proposes Rollback of Lighting Efficiency Standards

In February, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a proposal to roll back light bulb efficiency standards set to take effect in 2020. Enacted…

New DOE Jobs Report Shows Promising Outlook for Energy Efficiency

The United States Department of Energy (DOE) recently released the Annual United States Energy and Employment Report (USEER) and the…