Griffin Hagle is a long-standing supporter of Habitat X. He’s been involved in weatherization and home performance since 2006, most recently as the weatherization manager for the North Slope Borough of Alaska. He’s also worked as a utility program consultant for Richard Heath & Associates, conducted hundreds of energy audits for SolarCity, and trained auditors throughout Oregon and Southern California. Griffin lived for years in San Diego, California, but moved in 2015 to Barrow, Alaska, where he works for the regional government and owns what is probably the northernmost blower door in North America.
Griffin was the recipient of the 2015 Habitat X Fellowship. Habitat X Fellows Griffin Hagle, Michelle Nochisaki, and Ed Matos are the founders of the Brighter Energy Collective. Read Griffin’s articles Performance in Paradise and The End of Malaise in the Habitat X Journal.
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