Bruce Cheney is the founder and CEO of Anchors Aweigh Energy, an energy efficiency services company.
Mr. Cheney is a HERS rater, a BPI Building Analyst, and is active in ICC, IAPMO, and ASHRAE. Mr. Cheney has been actively working in the construction industry since his early teens except for a brief vacation with the US Navy.
Mr. Cheney has been working with the California Statewide Codes and Standards Team since 2013 as a subject matter expert on Title 24 Part 6 splitting his time between the classroom and job sites.
In his free time Mr. Cheney experiments with building off grid heat pumps for space conditioning using water as a refrigerant and home construction centered around rammed earth.
Dave Intner, with Southern California Edison’s Building Electrification and Codes & Standards team, is a Licensed Architect, LEED AP and Certified Energy Manager. A graduate of Cal Poly SLO, Dave provides education and outreach supporting Building Decarbonization and Energy Code Compliance Improvement. Dave has 28 years of professional experience split between architectural practice and utility program delivery.
Dave serves on the statewide AIA Committee on the Environment, the Central Coast Green Building Council board, and was a voting member on the LEED Energy and Atmosphere Technical Advisory Group (EA-TAG). He is a Past President of the AIA Ventura County, and recently termed off the board of directors of USGBC Los Angeles.
Jay is a Mechanical Engineer at Southern California Edison, where he provides technical assistance to cities and counties developing electrification reach codes. Past work at SCE included managing projects related to emerging HVAC, industrial refrigeration, and whole building technologies that save energy and reduce peak electricity demand. Prior to joining SCE, Jay Madden spent 30 years designing HVAC, plumbing, and medical gas systems for hospitals, data centers, laboratories, and educational facilities. Mr. Madden is a registered Mechanical Engineer in the State of California.
Jay Madden has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and a Master’s in Business Administration from California State Polytechnic State University, Pomona. In his free time, he enjoys open-ocean swimming at the local beaches.