I view every interaction as an opportunity to learn something new. Through my work at ERG, I feel fortunate to be surrounded by an amazing group of colleagues who share a sense of curiosity and a strong desire to innovate and grow our collective expertise so that we can better serve our clients and make the world more sustainable, equitable, and compassionate.
Evan Fago (he/him/his) is an expert in developing, implementing, and measuring the performance of organizational sustainability and energy management programs covering an array of topics, including facility energy and water management, advanced utility metering, renewable energy procurement and development, solid waste diversion, greenhouse gas emissions accounting and mitigation, green building design, climate adaptation and resilience, and sustainable procurement. Since joining ERG in 2002, Evan has collaborated with and supported federal, municipal, and university clients in their efforts to benchmark existing operations and strategically identify, plan, implement, and evaluate cost-effective opportunities to optimize sustainability performance. His work includes preparing agency-level strategic plans, managing facility energy and water audits, developing and implementing climate action plans, conducting facility climate resilience assessments, developing organizational policies and technical guidance, and establishing intelligent data management systems to support informed decision-making.
Evan holds an M.S. in energy policy and climate from Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. in atmospheric science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM®) and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP®). Evan enjoys all things culinary: cooking, home brewing, and sharing his creations with family and friends.