Jeff Trueblood is a Principal Engineer with more than 24 years of electrical engineering experience specializing in building systems design including medium voltage, line-voltage, emergency, stand-by, multiple low-voltage systems including telephone, data, fire alarm, nurse-call, specialty alarm systems and security. Additional experience includes military planning and feasibility reports for electrical and low-voltage systems.
Jeff is one of the authors for the CEC Camp Pendleton Fractal Grid Demonstration project report for micro-grid implementation (2014-2016), and has spoken at microgrid and government conferences. He has a passion for the energy transition of today with the integration of renewables and batteries.
Jeff was electrical engineer of record for San Diego International Airport Terminal 2 Landside expansion Green-Build project (2009-2013, $227M) which received an IES Illumination Award of Merit and a key contributor to expanding LEED to Gold with lighting energy efficiency.
When Jeff is not working he enjoys volunteer work including community service projects in emergency preparedness.