Ibrahim Neya is currently working for a solar company building solar systems (typically 30 MWc systems). He continues to collaborate with his Ph.D. lab to develop building energy modeling courses. He has previously worked on developing strategies for resilient housing using local materials in a circular economy model to manage exposure to peak summer heat. This work used Energy Plus. He is working to extend this research to cities level: a post-doc research study on city-level simulations.