Our Team

Falon Attai, M.Sc, EP, LEED GA, CSBA

Falon has considerable knowledge and experience regarding renewable energy technology and sustainability practices. She holds a Master’s degree in Sustainability (Environmental Consultancy and Project Management) from the University of Leeds -UK as well as a Bachelor of Environmental Science from University of the West Indies in addition to multiple professional designations.

Falon is the Project Manager at IESC and is involved in the implementation of various energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. Her professional career spanning over the last 8 years has been spent in key technical roles in the building science, renewable energy and sustainability fields. The past 5 years have included specializing in renewable energy assessments and system design, building science, energy efficiency, energy modelling, health and safety strategies and climate change policies. At IESC, Falon performs renewable energy analysis with the use of software such as RETScreen, Helioscope and PVSyst.

Nicolas Nath, P.Eng

Nicolas NATH is a Senior Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Consultant with an extensive 18-year background in the field. He holds degrees in mechanical engineering and mathematics from Queen’s University, along with specialized training from the Passivhaus Institute in Germany and the National Institute of Solar Energy in France. Nicolas is experienced in conducting energy audits, implementing energy efficiency projects, and collaborating with international project teams.

In addition to his expertise in energy efficiency, Nicolas is well-versed in greenhouse gas (GHG) management. He has successfully worked on numerous international projects, assisting private companies and city governments in meeting international standards. Skilled in CSA ISO 14064-3 verification and validation, he is also a certified trainer for the bilan GES methodology.

Albert Lu, C.E.T

Albert has a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology (2017) and has completed the AutoCAD training series (2017) from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. He has experience in design using programs such as SolidWorks, Inventor, and AutoCAD to bring 2D sketches to 3D models and renderings.

Albert is a Mechanical Design Assistant at the IESC Calgary office. His role in projects involves design and technical work, completing site audits, preparing RFQ and tender documents, updating and drafting engineering drawings. Recently, Albert received “Certified Engineering Technologist” from The Association of Science & Engineering Technology (ASET).

Keyur Avaiya M.Eng, REA

Keyur is a highly skilled Energy Assessor with IESC, offering extensive experience in energy modelling and audit projects for various types of buildings. With his deep understanding of HVAC systems and building science, he specializes in developing energy models and providing design consultation to achieve energy efficiency and carbon neutrality. Keyur has successfully completed energy modelling projects for various initiatives, including the Greener Homes Grants, Ontario Building Code (OBC) compliance, and National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings (NECB). His energy modelling and design consultation have helped achieve up to 30% energy savings and reduce GHG emissions by 50% in some projects. He has also completed over 50 residential energy audits and developed more than 20 energy models, demonstrating his extensive expertise in the field. As an Energy Modeller for IESC, Keyur calibrates energy models for energy audits and conducts blower door tests to determine the air tightness and leakage rate of the houses. He also collaborates with the team to identify energy conservation measures and estimate their energy and GHG savings potential. With his deep understanding of HVAC systems and building science, Keyur provides valuable input to advance building designs that target net zero energy or carbon.


Livio Nichilo, P.Eng, CEM, LEED AP

Livio has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Queen’s University (2003) and a Master of Engineering with a collaborative in Environmental Studies (School of Environment) from the University of Toronto (2013).

Livio is the CEO and Engineering Manager of Internat Energy Solutions Canada for its offices in Toronto and Calgary.  Over the past seven years, Livio has acted as the lead verifier at IESC as they achieved their ANSI accredited in GHG verification allowing them to work in the regulated carbon industry of North America. Livio is also very active in IESC’s marquee engineering projects and has built a strong organization that has gained experience over the last decade in building sciences and renewable energy development. He has worked with diverse stakeholders in private sector, government organizations as well as non for profit entities. He is a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) in the province of Ontario and in the province of Alberta and is also certified as an Energy Manager.

Simon Thorpe, E.I.T., B.A.Sc, M.Eng

Simon has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo. After spending some years working in the Oil & Gas and Wind Power industries, he obtained a Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from Western University.

With IESC, he works in Design Engineering performing design and analysis work on mechanical and electrical building systems, drafting engineering drawings, completing site audits, and preparing RFQ and tender documents. Simon is committed to staying on top of the quickly developing industry and the latest technologies that support an operational low carbon design.

Navdeep Dhillon M.Eng., E.I.T.

Navdeep is a highly qualified engineer with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering and an MEng in Chemical & Petroleum Engineering. He has over two years of experience in the Energy industry and expertise in conducting technical reviews and building prescriptive models for rebate programs such as ESB, ETP, SPEED, and CES. Navdeep has worked on various measures across multiple industries and provided invaluable support as a lead Solar PV and CHP technical reviewer. He is currently a key member of the GHG Verification team at IESC, enhancing their capabilities in promoting energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Bryan Mundy P.Eng, CEM, LEED GA

Bryan is an Energy Engineer at IESC with over 12 years of experience in the utility industry. Throughout his career, he has held various roles including Operations Supervisor, Quality Program Administrator, Design Engineer, Project Manager, and has supported multiple sustainability initiatives. With his enthusiasm for energy efficiency and building sciences, Bryan has attained designations as a Certified Energy Manager and LEED® Green Associate. He has also pursued professional development in HVAC design, building energy modelling, and passive house design. At IESC, Bryan has contributed as a project manager for building retrofit projects and an energy auditor. His project experience includes conducting energy assessments for the City of Edmonton’s Our Lady Queen of Peace Ranch, developing Conservation and Demand Management Plans for the Town of Wasaga Beach, and conducting energy audits for Allied Properties Real Estate Investment Trust’s Toronto portfolio.

Emil Jalilov MASc., LEED Green Associate

Emil is a Building Scientist at IESC with experience in energy modeling and audit projects for various building types, including multi-residential, commercial, and institutional buildings. His strong engineering background and practical experience in a collaborative environment enable him to understand and find optimal solutions for each project’s challenges.

Emil’s research project at the Centre for Zero Energy Building Studies (CZEBS) at Concordia University focused on developing data-driven modeling methodology to optimize the operation of the first institutional Net-Zero energy building in Canada – Varennes Library – by implementing model-based predictive control (MPC) strategies. This work resulted in additional 25% savings in energy and 80% increase in energy flexibility in the library’s BAS. He also tested and modeled the integration and different design options of BIPV/T systems for enhanced ventilation in the Solar Simulation Lab at Concordia University.

With his experience and expertise, Emil brings a unique approach to energy modeling and building science.