Reshma Singh

Program Director, DOE IMPEL Tech-to-Market program Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Reshma Singh serves as Program Director of the Department of Energy’s tech-to-market IMPEL program (, and previously the Center for Building Energy Research and Development ( at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She brings over 10 years of experience advancing urban sustainability, cleantech buildings innovation, and working with complex international ecosystems in United States, India, and Singapore. Reshma’s work lies at the intersection of design and technology of smart buildings and cities, with a focus on energy, data analytics and UX, and IoT sensors and controls. Reshma is the author of Building Innovation:A Guide For High-Performance Energy Efficient Buildings in India, and contributor to Mutations: Harvard Project on the City. She serves on the Telecommunications Industry Association’s (TIA) Smart Buildings and Power and Energy group, and is on the Advisory Council for the State Department’s international TechWomen program. She holds a graduate degree from Harvard University, and an undergraduate degree in architecture from New Delhi.

Wednesday, April 17
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm • Building Disruption—Achieving the Next Generation of Buildings with Prop Techagora
Join building technology and real estate experts for this conversation about the latest in prop tech, and how buildings are the foundation for a smart city.  Learn about the innovative technologies and best practices that maximize efficiencies such as sensors, wireless communications systems, passive and renewable energy systems and more.
11:00 am - 12:15 pm • A City Energy Operations Platform: Digitize, Democratize, and Decarbonize Your Cityboardroom
One of the unrealized benefits of city data is the ability to identify opportunities for greenhouse gas emission reductions. In this session, learn about promising use cases and how bring energy data into a common platform. Sectors to be addressed include renewable energy, transportation and the built environment.