PNNL senior engineer named to hall of fame

BY THE TRI-CITY HERALDNovember 17, 2012 

Graham Parker, a senior staff engineer at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, has been inducted into the Association of Energy Engineers Energy Managers Hall of Fame.

The Energy Managers Hall of Fame honors professionals for their lifetime achievement in promoting the practices and principles of energy management. Parker was one of two people inducted into the hall of fame at the association's World Energy Engineering Congress in Atlanta earlier this month.Parker, who has worked at PNNL since 1973, recently has been conducting research with two nearly identical homes on the PNNL campus that are used to demonstrate and quantify the energy saving potential of building efficiency technologies.

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