Think that large scale solar-electricity is new? Dr. Mazzi helped assess O&M improvements on Luz's 394 MWe solar-electric plants 1990-1991. The plants were powered 75% from solar-thermal troughs and 25% from natural gas.

The box above shows a sample regression model validity check, used for IPMVP Option C M&V project.

The figure above is from an interactive lecture to help understand the concept of entropy

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Click here to listen to Dr. Mazzi speak about Jevon's Paradox from 2014

Dr. Eric Mazzi has over 30 years of experience in applied engineering, policy research, and teaching. His interests in energy resources and environment include both the technology and policy aspects. He has worked in aerospace, air pollution consulting, energy utility operation and maintenance, and demand-side energy management. For 5 years he was the lead instructor for the Master of Engineering in Clean Energy at the University of British Columbia. In 2020, he taught Introduction to Sustainability (ASIC 220) and Energy Policy (GPP 541) at the University of BC.


Current Professional Activities 

  • Lead Editor/Author for the 9th edition of the Guide to Energy Management with River Publishers (expected early 2022)
  • Active volunteer member of the International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol (IPMVP) committee (evo-world.org).
  • Active volunteer as a board member for the Northwest Energy Coalition.
  • BC Hydro Conservation & Energy Management industrial 3rd party reviews.
  • BC Hydro Conservation & Energy Management performing measurement & verification (M&V): M&V plans, analysis, and reporting.
  • FortisBC Energy Inc. performing 3rd party technical review of industrial natural gas energy efficiency projects.
  • Adjunct Professor, NYIT-Vancouver for the M.S. Energy Management within the School of Engineering. Teaching courses and developing curriculum.
  • CEATI Demand Side Energy Management Program (DSMP) - technical advisor.
  • Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET) and Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) - CEM and CMVP instructor.
  • ​Advisor to Yorkville University - Vancouver for their Energy Management​ specialization in their B.A. Business program.


Additional information on my background is available on my Linkedin page.