Bill Burke

Bill is an architect with a long background in energy-efficient building design and environmental issues related to buildings. At the PG&E Pacific Energy Center (PEC), he oversees architectural educational programs, with a focus on building enclosure, daylighting, Title 24 Energy Standards, and zero net energy. Bill promotes high performance building enclosure design with the goal of improving the quality of the indoor environment and occupant comfort while significantly reducing the need for mechanical heating, cooling, and electric lighting.. He also provides building professionals with information to assist them in complying with California’s stringent building energy standards.
Prior to his work at PG&E, Bill managed the Vital Signs Curriculum Project for the University of California, Berkeley. Vital Signs assisted educators to incorporate building performance topics into architectural curricula at schools throughout North America. Bill has worked at HOK San Francisco and MBT Architecture.
Bill has served on the Board of Directors of AIA/San Francisco and on the AIA/California Council Committee on the Environment (AIA/CC COTE).

Architect | Senior Energy Expert
PG&E
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