Ali Levine has worked on energy efficiency in buildings for nearly a decade, primarily in New York City, and brings this insight into the UK market. Ali has worked in both the public and private sectors to bring about change in the way that buildings use energy.
Ali holds a degree in Political Science and Environmental Studies from Lehigh University and a Master’s of Urban Planning from New York University. Before moving to London, Ali worked at the NYC Mayor’s Office of Sustainability where she managed programs and worked on policy issues related to energy in buildings. Before that, she worked at the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy to investigate energy use in social housing. In Philadelphia, Ali worked to develop programs to retrofit existing homes and build high-performing new ones. Ali started her career in Washington, D.C. working on a range of policy issues related to energy efficiency.