Samuel Biele-Fisher is a senior account manager with Bright Power, a leading energy management and engineering firm that works primarily with multifamily building owners and developers to reduce their utility consumption and spending. Sam specializes in working with affordable and supportive housing providers, including both for-profit and non-for-profit companies and organizations. Prior to joining Bright Power, Sam served as a client and program manager at a local non-profit that helped manufacturing companies control their energy usage, locate affordable real estate, and identify government resources to help them remain in New York City.
In addition to his professional work at the intersection of energy efficiency and affordable housing development, Sam serves on the Young Leadership Council of the New York Housing Conference and its annual Community Impact Gallery & Competition Committee. He has presented twice about energy and water management and distributed generation at the annual
New York State Association for Affordable Housing conference.
Sam holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan and a BPI multifamily building analyst certification. Sam and his wife live in Brooklyn.
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