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Philip Henderson

Philip Henderson is a Senior Financial Policy Specialist with the Center for Market Innovation at the Natural Resources Defense Council. Henderson works with market participants, utility programs, and government on projects related to energy efficiency in buildings. His work has focused on how to use financing tools to effectively enable investments in energy efficiency. Henderson's work has also focused on how new information technology can enable greater energy efficiency. He recently published a report on real time energy management in commercial office buildings.

Following law school, Henderson worked for a Member of Congress, then was an associate with a law firm in Washington, D.C. He joined LendingTree from 1999 as legal counsel and served on the business strategy team. In 2006, Henderson became General Counsel for Overture Technologies, a firm that creates loan underwriting systems and allow MBS investors to access loan-level data.  He earned a law degree from the University of Virginia.


Philip Henderson's Posts

Economics + Financing Economics + Financing

How smart meters could make smarter buildings. Read more

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Get in Early and Tap Into Emotions Get in Early and Tap Into Emotions

Hanley Wood Sustainability Council members Philip Henderson and Paul Torcellini discuss how to change the conversation around energy efficiency and cost effectiveness. Read more

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Seven Key Green Building Trends Seven Key Green Building Trends

The Hanley Wood Sustainability Council offers up seven business opportunities and needs in high-performance design and building. Read more

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Are We At a Pivotal Point in Energy Efficiency Financing? Are We At a Pivotal Point in Energy Efficiency Financing?

The NRDC's Philip Henderson talks about the challenges and developments in sustainable building valuation and financing. Read more

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Meet the 2014 Hanley Wood Sustainability Council Meet the 2014 Hanley Wood Sustainability Council

Continuing our Vision 2020 exploration of the critical goals and deadlines for sustainable design between now and 2020, we're proud to introduce our cross-disciplinary panel of experts who will lead us in 2014. Read more

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