Adebayo became involved in the sustainability movement, when he participated and volunteered for a number of environmentally focused organizations. He successfully raised awareness for environmental issues amongst his pairs and achieved energy efficient measures that has saved the campus considerable amount of money. Adebayo is a passionate advocate for energy efficiency and alternative energy who understands its impact on the wellbeing of future generations. Previously, Adebayo held an internship at the Consortium of Building Energy Innovation (CBEI). At CBEI Adebayo contributed to the Building Re-tuning training program for building owners and operators. Adebayo earned a BSc from The Pennsylvania State University in General Engineering with a concentration on Alternative Energy and Power Generation.
Paul graduated from the University of Rochester with an MS in electrical and computer engineering with a focus on wireless sensor networks. He then spent two years at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory where he worked in the Commercial Building team, and as a test engineer at the National Wind Technology Center. He then did am internship at the Rocky Mountain Institute in the electricity team working on a tool that allows different stakeholders to understand the value of distributed solar as a grid resource. Most recently, he worked as a contractor to the Department of Energy managing projects related to commercial buildings. Paul has a passion for energy efficiency and the philosophy that the cheapest and cleanest energy is energy not used.