Ryan Stroupe is the Building Performance Program Coordinator at the Pacific Energy Center, a publicly-funded facility in San Francisco operated by Pacific Gas & Electric. He teaches classes and consults with building professionals on a variety of issues including architectural design, energy audits, building commissioning, monitoring protocols and measurement tool applications. Ryan oversees the PEC's Tool Lending Library, a free service that loans monitoring equipment to California energy customers. Also at the Center, Ryan has taught over 25 different classes on building measurement and energy-efficient design including a 5-day series on conducting energy audits for commercial buildings and a year-long intensive series on commissioning existing buildings.
Ryan has also taught for a number of colleges and universities. Currently he teaches architecture courses at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco titled “Building Energy Systems” and “Energy Analysis”. He teaches a class titled “The Building Envelope” for UC Berkeley Extension and is a regular instructor for the Sustainable Building Adviser Program. In the past Ryan has taught for Academy of Art University and DeAnza Community College.
Ryan is actively involved with the US Green Building Council (USGBC) and has served as co-chair of the Northern California Chapter’s Green Building Resources Committee. Ryan is a LEED accredited professional (USGBC) and a Certified Energy Auditor (Association of Energy Engineers). He is a product of the Masters of Architecture program at U. C. Berkeley.
Adjunct Professor, Architecture