Mary Hubbard is the technology-to-market manager within the Building Technologies Office’s (BTO’s) Emerging Technologies Program. In this position, she works across the office to lead BTO’s Technology-to-Market Initiative. This includes a number of programs and activities to help researchers and innovators in the buildings space de-risk their technologies, products, and processes to make them more attractive to private investment. Mary also helps innovators access the resources and develop the skills needed to make an impact in the buildings industry. In addition, Mary is involved in the development of prize programming, BTO funding opportunities, and workforce initiatives focused on expanding and diversifying the pool of building scientists and entrepreneurs.
Mary has a B.S. in business and a Master of Public Affairs degree, both from Indiana University. She is also a Certified Energy Manager, LEED Green Associate, Project Management Professional, and Technical Project Officer.
Prior to coming to DOE, Mary worked in industry with Siemens Government Technologies, Inc. She oversaw a more than $300-million portfolio, ranging from large renewable energy generation construction projects to smaller building automation system and HVAC projects. The portfolio contained both appropriated dollar contracts and energy savings performance contracts. Mary also brings experience with utilities, local government, and consulting.