RTX Electrification & Decarbonization Initiatives
This presentation will cover electrification and decarbonization initiatives at the three RTX businesses, Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney and Raytheon. Successes and lessons learned will be shared with attendees.
David R. Chamberlain, P.E., C.E.M.
Principal Energy Engineer
Dave is currently employed by RTX as a principal energy engineer. He is a member of the Raytheon Energy Team responsible for energy and water management of the Raytheon business (one of three RTX businesses), which includes over 25 million square feet of office, laboratory and manufacturing facilities. He also participates on the RTX company-wide energy team and has managed Raytheon’s ENERGY STAR partnership since 2000.
Dave has a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of New Hampshire
(1984) and an M.S. in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University (1989). He
is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Massachusetts, and a Certified
Energy Manager (CEM) with the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). He previously worked as a mechanical engineer for Raytheon Company in Sudbury, MA, from 1985-1991, then as a general engineer for the U.S. Department of Energy in Boston, MA, from 1991-1997.
Dave was recognized as the 2014 Energy Engineer of the Year by the New England Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers, and received an Environmental Merit Award from EPA New England in 2016. He decided to pursue an energy career while taking a 1980 UNH course entitled, “Man and His Environment” and actively encourages others to consider careers in the energy and sustainability fields.