Skip to Main Content U.S. Department of Energy
Energy and Environment Directorate

Kevin Keene

Kevin Keene

(509) 375-6936


Kevin Keene is a researcher at Pacific Northwest National Lab in the Building & Connected Systems division. He specializes in building analysis and modeling, design and analysis of energy systems, and urban-scale modeling and evaluation. Kevin's career goal is to make buildings healthier for their occupants and minimize their impact on the local and global environment. Since joining PNNL in 2018, Kevin has been working on a variety of projects with the Department of Energy, include Energy Asset Score, a healthy buildings business case, Unique Building ID, and a C-PACE feasibility tool.

Research Interests

  • Building and Energy Modeling
  • High Performance Buildings
  • Urban Systems

Education and Credentials

  • M.S. Civil Engineering, Sustainable Design & Construction, Stanford University
  • B.S. Civil Engineering, Cornell University

PNNL Publications



  • Keene K.M., N. Wang, J.A. Rotondo, and J. Murrell. 2020. "Quantifying Occupant Health and Productivity for Deep Retrofits: Beyond Traditional IEQ Studies." In ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, August 17, 21, 2020. Virtual, Online, 7-203 - 7-217. Washington Dc:American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. PNNL-SA-152201.

Energy and Environment

Core Research Areas