Andrew E. Huemmler
Dr. Huemmler worked for Exelon and its predecessor, PECO Energy, for 20 years. He started his career at PECO as an energy conservation analyst and finished at Exelon’s Power Team as a senior power transactor buying and selling electricity in wholesale power markets. He was a member of the New England Power Pool’s Transmission Operations Committee and participated in the rulemaking process which created electricity markets in the northeast U.S. Prior to joining PECO Energy, Andy worked in the City of Philadelphia’s Energy Office during Mayor William J. Green III’s administration. He authored an Energy Emergency Operations Plan for the City of Philadelphia and implemented the City’s first neighborhood-based energy education program. Early in his career, Andy worked for a small hydropower developer and the Philadelphia Water Department, was elected to the Board of Directors of the Queen Village Neighbors Association for eight years and served as a Democratic committeeman in Philadelphia’s 2nd Ward. Currently he is the President of the Board of Directors of the Energy Coordinating Agency of Philadelphia, the long-time leader in providing community-based energy efficiency services and assistance to low-income families.
Ph.D., Social Systems Sciences, Wharton School, 1995; Master’s of City Planning, School of Design, 1977; Bachelor of Applied Science, School of Engineering & Applied Science, 1975
Senior Lecturer, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE)
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Court Daspit, Brent Andrews, Andrew Huemmler, Urban Consortium Energy Task force, Energy Emergency Preparedness Unit Philadelphia PA Managing Director’s Office. City of Philadelphia energy emergency operations plan: a project report, Energy Emergency Preparedness Unit of the Urban Consortium Energy Task Force, Published by Philadelphia, PA; The City, 1981.