Chris Lotspeich MPPM, MES, CEM (pending) is Director of Sustainability Services at Celtic Energy (www.celticenergy.com), a Connecticut-based consultancy. He is project manager for consulting support to the City of Stamford, CT for its microgrid and resilience retrofit project and was lead author of microgrid proposals for Stamford and Glastonbury, CT. Chris is part of a team with Arup and the City and County of San Francisco implementing a Department of Energy grant to install solar power plus energy storage for critical facility energy surety city-wide. He serves as the energy and sustainability coordinator for the University of New Haven, Connecticut. Chris was lead author of the Whole-Systems Integrative Green Design Module for the Government of Singapore’s Certified Energy Manager course created in 2010. He was a 2002–2003 Batten Fellow at the University of Virginia’s Darden business school. From 1994–2001 he was Executive Assistant to Amory Lovins and Senior Associate at Rocky Mountain Institute where he worked on six continents and led numerous resource efficiency surveys at industrial facilities and on the U.S. Navy cruiser USS Princeton CG-59. He earned two masters degrees from Yale from the School of Management and the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and a B.A. in International Politics from Wesleyan University. Chris served as a wilderness EMT and firefighter on volunteer rescue services in Colorado, Connecticut and Maine.