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James Hayes

James Hayes

Area Of Focus: Energy Management, Alternative & Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Procurement, Grants & Incentives, Energy Project Financing, Facilities and Operations Management

James has been a renewable energy, energy management, and facilities management consultant with The Stone House Group since 2009. His background is in the facilities management and construction field working in non-profit, educational environment with an emphasis on project coordination, energy optimization, negotiating/managing energy contracts, and sustainable master plan development. He is often called on to conceive and implement energy project financing plans that leverage federal, state, and utility incentives. His ability to identify opportunities for both energy efficiency and renewable energy incentives produces solutions that clients can seamlessly implement while achieving economic, environmental, and social triple bottom line results. James has helped secure over $10 million in grants and incentives for clients.

Mr. Hayes is a graduate of Elizabethtown College, holding a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering. He also holds a Sustainable Master’s of Business Administration (sMBA) from Green Mountain College.


  • Energy Innovation & Emerging Technologies  – Stanford University
  • Sustainable Energy Conversion & Storage – Stanford University
  • Global Energy Seminar – Harvard University
  • Certified OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Training Program

Mr. Hayes is a certified Renewable Energy Professional (REP) with the Association of Energy Engineers. He is also a graduate of APPA’s Institute of Facilities Management.


  • Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)


17+ Healthcare and medical clients served.

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Thank you for everything you did for Princeton on the Art Storage Facility. Truly an outstanding job! I feel confident the BAS system will perform as expected.


Princeton University  |  Gary Brancato