John Livermore, National Leader in Sustainable Energy, Joins EBP

EBP US is proud to announce that John Livermore has joined us as a Principal leading our Sustainable Energy practice. In this role, John will work with the EBP team to provide clients and partners with expertise and insights derived from his 30+ years in sustainability, high performance buildings, renewable energy, and clean transportation. His experience, skills, and perspectives provide an important complement to EBP’s industry-leading economic analysis consulting and will enable the firm to serve clients and partners with a more robust set of services that support ambitious sustainability, economic development, and climate goals.

In recent years, John has provided consulting and advisory services to the U.S. Department of Energy, Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER), Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA), Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), New York Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center (AERTC), and Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Advisory Council (EEAC). 

John has authored numerous articles and position papers on energy and sustainability, including in Commonwealth Magazine, Elemental Green, and The Money Pit online. His most recent publication was a Special Report on Climate Mitigation for Wiley’s Climate & Energy Journal titled “What’s Your Organization’s Carbon Budget?”

He produced an award-winning short documentary Healthy Home Healthy Planet on the making of the first net positive energy renovated home in Massachusetts, and founded Sustainable Marblehead (MA), producing the municipality’s first Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory and Climate Action Plan. He has been featured on numerous television programs, including on Bob Vila’s ‘Home Time’, New England Cable News ‘New England Dream Home’, and WCVB-TV’s ‘Chronical’ News Magazine.

John is also a frequent speaker at conferences, including at ACEEE, NESEA, RESNET, New York Energy Summit, and has delivered several presentations with This Old House TV personalities Kevin O’Connor and Richard Trethewey.

“I am excited to be joining the multi-talented global team at EBP”, said John, “and to bring my unique experience to the firm to support delivery of exemplary services to our clients.”

CEO Peter Plumeau said, “We are thrilled that John has joined us at this watershed moment in the world of sustainable energy. John’s expertise, skills, and insights will help accelerate our efforts to help our clients successfully address their challenges related to energy efficiency, sustainability, and climate change.”

John may be reached at 617.338.6775 x263 or