Juliette is a project manager, economic researcher, and analyst who screens energy efficiency and renewable energy measures and programs. She has conducted dozens of site visits and prefeasibility assessments for converting public and commercial buildings to wood chip and pellet heating systems. In addition to over 5 years of experience working on modern wood heating consulting, she has conducted numerous energy efficiency and renewable energy program reviews to assess program impacts and provided guidance on optimal rebate levels to balance market uptake with cost effectiveness. She previously coordinated the Efficiency Vermont Efficient Products program, working with field staff, marketing specialists, retailers, manufacturers, subcontractors, other market players, and governmental agencies. Juliette has forestry research experience and has completed wood heating trainings in the US and Austria, including the intensive Hydronic-Based Biomass Heating Systems course, and the International Training Seminar Biomass Heating Market Development and Technologies hosted by the Upper Austrian Energiesparverband in 2014. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences from McGill University, and a Master of Science from the University of Vermont.