In order for P4P efficiency to work, we need transparent and reproducible measurement that can be verified by all parties.
This Electricity Journal article explains it all--the soup-to-nuts on how we can leverage behind the meter demand flexibility like a real resource.
NMEC and open-source approaches are less expensive and performed better in testing than proprietary tools for evaluating efficiency in commercial buildings.
Considering pay-for-performance and metered efficiency? Learn how states are approaching regulatory and market reform in early pilots.
Learn how hourly usage, locational marginal pricing and weather data can be combined to value energy efficiency at any given time of day and location.
NYSERDA's new pay-for-performance RFP is a critical opportunity for efficiency implementers.
What is accuracy? What is precision? The Recurve team shares an internal discussion on why these terms need to be questioned when it comes to efficiency.
EVO Testing demonstrates that the OpenEEmeter, running CalTRACK 2.0 hourly methods, is a strong contender for modeling commercial buildings.
Open source approaches can help meet the challenges of performance-based regulation with clear and transparent measurement methods and monitoring.
In this presentation, Recurve CEO Matt Golden will explain how market operators can move energy efficiency and flexibility into the actual energy market.