About AESC

AESC specializes in addressing today’s most demanding energy challenges. Whether we are evaluating a commercial building for efficiency retrofits or developing a new software solution for a utility, our cadre of specialists brings to each project a depth of energy engineering expertise found nowhere else.

AESC is a part of the Energia Pacifica family of companies. Energia Pacifica is a U.S.-based company that provides engineering and technological solutions that expand the adoption of renewable energy. Using a two-pronged approach, Energia Pacifica’s capabilities extend from development and design to implementation and support. Energia Pacifica companies work to create a clean, efficient and intelligent energy future for the United States.

AESC’s Approach to Energy Engineering

The opportunities within today’s energy industry are greater and more varied than ever before. Developments in renewables, energy storage and smart grid technology are transforming the utility industry. Sustainability is on everyone’s mind. Breakthroughs in energy efficiency are challenging the ways we think about consuming energy.

The potential is monumental, but the systems and solutions are complex. Because innovation does not occur in a vacuum, the AESC approach to energy engineering recognizes the need for collaboration and multiple perspectives that align the interests of the utility and consumer. Because confidence is the key to investment in energy solutions, we deliver an unquestionable level of technical skill to support informed, confident decision-making.


Management Team

The management team at AESC is dedicated to maintaining a high level of proficiency in state-of-the-art systems and a supportive, team-based work environment in a trustworthy partnership with our clients.

AESC’s Client Focus

The AESC team is proud of our ongoing commitment to a client-centric culture. A key to this approach is its focus on relationships, not transactions.

Our goals go beyond checking off a list of deliverables and protecting our budget. We trust that if we completely satisfy the client’s objective, the transactions will take care of themselves and our business will thrive.

Toward that end, our mission is to earn a long-term and trusted role on your team. We believe the only way to accomplish this is through a committed client focus, high-quality work and a flexible, creative, results-oriented approach to problem-solving.

The bottom line? It is more fun and more rewarding to work this way. That is important to our team, and it is absolutely good business.

AESC Qualifications & Industry Engagement

Professional Engineers (P.E.'s)
Industry Credentials
Industry Board Service
Master's or Graduate Degrees
Undergraduate Degrees
Genuinely Nice People

Summary Education & Credentials

Title Qty
Principal Engineers & Directors 7
Engineering & Program Managers 7
Energy Engineer 29
Electrical Engineer 1
Software Engineer 4
Research Economist 1
Admin 2
Total Staff 51
Credentials Qty
PE – Professional Engineer 14
Total PE Certifications & EIT Certifications 18
Energy Industry Professional Credentials 26
Master or Graduate Degree 26
Undergraduate Degree 56
Board Service
CEC California Energy Commission Energy Innovation Small Grant PTRB
ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers
PLMA Peak Load Management Association
Cal TF California Technical Forum
CleanTech OC CleanTech Orange County
AESP Association of Energy Services Professionals
NALMCO National Association of Lighting Management Companies
Education Qty
MS Mechanical Engineering 10
MS Public Administration 1
MS Civil & Environmental Engineering 1
MS Computer Science 2
MS Energy Management 1
MS Engineering Management 1
MBA Masters in Business Administration 3
MS Educational Communications & Technology 3
MS Information Systems Management 1
MS International Affairs 1
MS Applied Economics 1
MS Environmental Law & Policy 1
MS Natural Resources & Sustainable Development 1
Education Qty
BS Mechanical Engineering 24
BS Biomechanical Engineering 2
BS Chemical Engineering 2
BS City & Regional Planning 1
BS Cognitive Science 1
BA Comparative Religion 1
BS Computer Science 1
BS Information Systems 2
BA Economics 1
BS Electrical Engineering 3
BS Energy Systems Engineering 2
BA English Literature 1
BS Environmental Studies/Science 3
BA Film & Media Studies 1
BA Liberal Studies 1
BS Material Sciences 1
BS/BA Mathematics 2
BS Nuclear Engineering Technology 1
BS Psychology 1
BS Political Science 2
BS Spanish 1
Credentials Qty
AEE CEM, Certified Energy Manager 6
AEE CMVP, Certified Measurement & Verification Professional 4
AEE CWEP, Certified Water Efficiency Professional 2
AEE CEA, Certified Energy Auditor 4
AEE CCP, Certified Cogeneration Professional 1
AEE BESA, Certified Building Energy Simulation Analyst 1
AEE DGCP, Distributed Generation Certified Professional 1
AEE Certified Building Commissioning Professional 1
AEE Existing Building Commissioning Professional 1
ASHRAE Building Energy Management Professional 2
BPI Building Analyst 2
DOE DQAMS, Qualified AirMaster+ Specialist 1
DOE Certified Steam Systems Specialist 1
DOE Certified Process Heating Systems Specialist 1
USGBC LEED Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design 3
AEE Association of Energy Engineers
ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers
ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers
AWWEE Association of Women in Water, Energy & Environment
Cal TF California Technical Forum
CleanTech OC CleanTech Orange County
IEEE Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers
IESNA Illuminating Engineering Society of North America
NALMCO International Association of Lighting Management Companies
PLMA Peak Load Management Association
USGBC United States Green Building Council

Selected Clients


Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Southern California Edison Company
San Diego Gas & Electric
Southern California Gas Company
Pasadena Water and Power
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Duke Energy
Energy Trust of Oregon


City of Los Angeles
City of San Diego
City of Redding
City of Colton
City of Lawndale
City of Palos Verdes
City of West Covina
City of Carlsbad
City of San Dimas
City of Moreno Valley
City of Phoenix
South Bay Cities


Ally Energy
Cascade Energy
ICF International
Black & Veatch
TRC Solutions
Willdan Energy Solutions
Collotype Labels
BioMarin Pharmaceutical
Lucky Stores
Samas Capital


California Energy Commission
U.S. Department of Energy
Livermore – Amador Valley Water Management Authority
Center for Sustainable Energy
California Local Government Commission
Southern California Public Power Authority
University of California, Los Angeles
Del Mar Union School District