Advanced Energy is excited to welcome Logan Husain as a building performance analyst. Logan grew up around the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York and moved to Wilmington, North Carolina, after high school. He went on to earn an associate degree in applied science in sustainability technologies from Cape Fear Community College.
Supporting the environment and sustainability has always been important to Logan, but he initially wanted to pursue a career in writing. Eventually, after college, he found that working toward sustainability better aligned with his interests and aspirations. Logan was most recently a residential energy consultant at Above and Beyond Energy, a Home Energy Rating System (HERS) provider based in southeast North Carolina. Logan managed operations in the Triangle region and helped conduct plan reviews, construction inspections and trainings with subcontractors to help their clients meet various requirements for high-performing homes and utility-based rebate programs.
When he saw the opportunity at Advanced Energy, Logan was eager to check it out. He liked the position’s focus on affordable housing and its grounding in building science and engineering.
As a building performance analyst, Logan will be dedicating most of his time to SystemVision, one of Advanced Energy’s affordable housing programs. SystemVision uses practical solutions and simplified processes to aid developers and builders in designing, constructing and marketing affordable homes. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the program recently made changes to its inspection process to ensure the safety of its partners in the field. When he’s not supporting SystemVision, Logan will be assisting with other building-related projects.
Outside of work, Logan enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and two dogs. In addition to mountain biking, surfing, hiking and camping, he has recently taken up climbing.
Advanced Energy’s residential team is glad to have Logan on board, and he is looking forward to adding his knowledge and experience to the group’s efforts.