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Jeffrey Moe

Global Director, Energy Policy and Advocacy
Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability at Ingersoll Rand

Areas of Expertise:

Energy Economics, Energy Efficiency, Regulation

Additional Areas of Expertise:

Sustainability, Corporate Energy Use

Jeffrey (Jeff) Moe is the Global Director of Energy Policy & Advocacy
for Ingersoll Rand. Jeff directs the company's energy leadership and
develops market segment advocacy strategies related to energy
efficiency and sustainability-related developments. His extensive
experience in product management enhances business partnership to
identify energy leadership prospects for strategic growth and sustainable outcomes for customers.

Prior to this role, Jeff was the product business leader for Applied and then Unitary Equipment in North America for Trane, a business of Ingersoll Rand. This included P&L responsibility for Trane’s applied and then unitary equipment segment including product life cycle management.

Prior to that, he led product management and marketing for Trane Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

He has an extensive background in global policy and advocacy including service on the boards of the Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy, the Business Council for Sustainable Energy, and the Green Building Initiative. In addition, he has been actively involved as a business advisor at the Montreal Protocol and the United Nations Framework Convention on
Climate Change.

Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Iowa State University.

Recent Posts by Jeffrey Moe

Recent Comments by Jeffrey Moe

  • "There are a lot of good comments here, thanks much for the dialog. Here are a few thoughts regarding the collective discussion: - Relating to energy "
    Unleashing Corporate Sustainability
  • "Hello Dan, and thanks for your comment. I agree with the need for game-changing policy that can get the GHG emissions turned around more quickly. Th"
    Unleashing Corporate Sustainability
  • "Thanks for your comment, Dan. I agree that the end goal is to solve the climate change issue. While Energy Efficiency by itself does not get us ther"
    Unleashing Corporate Sustainability