Mr. DuBose is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE). He retired from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as the Director for Energy Services, with more than 37 years of service. His responsibilities at UNC included managing energy, water, sewer, reclaimed water and stormwater services; serving on the Sustainability Coalition and Sustainability Advisory Committee; leadership in creating the UNC Climate Action Plan and managing its implementation; and leading the UNC team which contracted with Orange County to use gas from the County’s landfill as an energy source for the North Campus.
Mr. DuBose’s volunteer service includes more than 30 years as a member, technical editor and chair of the International District Energy Association (IDEA); serving as a director of the South Orange Rescue Squad; serving on the National Research Council’s Committee on the Architect of the Capital Power Plant; serving as a US judge for the 2013 International District Energy Climate Award; and serving on the Board of Directors for the Orange Water and Sewer Authority.
He earned a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.