Nanette Lockwood, JD, PE

Global Director, Policy and Advocacy for the Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability
Ingersoll Rand

Nanette Lockwood is the global director of Policy and Advocacy for the Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability at Ingersoll Rand. In this role, Lockwood is responsible for leading global advocacy efforts for climate and energy storage-related policies for Ingersoll Rand. She also leads the company’s U.S. and international efforts on refrigerant policies and is actively involved in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Montreal Protocol processes. She has been with Ingersoll Rand for 5 years and has significantly contributed to Ingersoll Rand’s global climate leadership.

She has more than 17 years of global advocacy experience in the building and energy sectors with a specific expertise in building codes and standards. One of her favorite initiatives includes the creation of the Louisiana State Building Code following hurricane Katrina. Prior positions include global director of Government Affairs for Solutia, Inc., a specialty chemicals company with products in the automotive, building and solar sectors, and director of Engineering and Building Codes for the Institute for Business and Home Safety, an insurance-funded association dedicated to increasing the natural disaster resistance of the U.S. built environment.

Lockwood has advanced environmental engineering and law degrees and is a Florida registered professional engineer.