Learn How FLEXmarket “Market Access” Will Grow Your Business
Learn how engaging with MCE’s Energy Efficiency FLEXmarket can help you grow your efficiency business and make better margins.
With SOC 2, Recurve Meets the Highest Security Standards in the Industry
Recurve is pleased to announce that it has received SOC 2 Type II certification.
How Seinergy Is Greening Indoor Cannabis Cultivation Through the MCE FLEXmarket
Are the climate impacts of growing weed harshing your buzz? Learn how Seinergy is greening indoor cannabis cultivation through the MCE FLEXmarket.
MCE Launches Peak FLEXmarket to Reduce Summer Peaks Through a Network of Providers
Do you have customers with controllable loads? Submit those sites to the MCE FLEXmarket and get paid for saving energy during peak hours this summer!
The CPUC Segments Energy Efficiency Portfolios To Align Programs with Policy Goals
Segmenting the California's efficiency portfolio will allow all investments to drive toward their intended purpose.
CPUC Recognizes that Energy Savings No Longer Tells the Full Story
Last week the California Public Utilities Commission took a leap toward reconciling energy efficiency with other distributed energy resources.
University of California and Recurve Demonstrate the Viability of Population Metered Efficiency for College Campuses
University of California pilot shows that NMEC can work for universities and other institutions with a large and diverse building stock.
HOPE for HOMES is an $8.4 Billion Leap Forward for Energy Efficiency and Measured Performance
Newly proposed congressional legislation HOPE for HOMES is a great leap forward for measured performance.
Introducing the FLEXvalue™ Engine: A Better Way to Calculate Cost-Effectiveness for Demand Flexibility
Recurve is excited to announce the release of an open-source package of tools to simplify and bring to life the valuation of demand-side resources.
California FLEXvalue™: A New Set of Cost Effectiveness Tools for Transparent Valuation of Demand Side Resources
With the growing need for demand-side programs that can compete against an intensifying duck curve, California needs a modernized approach to valuation.