Dana Nute coordinates technical and construction measures for deep-energy retrofit and high-performance buildings. He has been The Jordan Institute’s representative as an intervener with the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission on Energy Efficiency Programs, a member of the New Hampshire Climate Collaborative, and as a voting member of the Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Energy Board. He came to Jordan after twelve years as the Director of Housing Rehabilitation and Energy Conservation for the Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. Prior to his work with the CAPs, he managed and developed large commercial construction projects throughout the Northeast and overseas. He is a State-certified energy auditor with the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning, on the Board of Directors of the Residential Energy Performance Association, on the Advisory Board for the State of New Hampshire Weatherization Assistance Program, a member of the Statewide Steering Committee for Healthy Homes, and a member of the National Weatherization Plus 2015 Committee in Washington, DC. Dana is a graduate of Northeastern University with a civil engineering degree working in construction management and development. He received the 2009 U.S. Department of Energy Management and Administration Award.