COVID Renders Traditional M&V Obsolete. Introducing the GRIDmeter.
NYSERDA and National Grid launch residential pay-for-performance pilot utilizing the Recurve Platform
Recurve Final Presentation: Methods and Open-Source Code to Enable M&V in the era of COVID
Watch this short video and learn about how Recurve is helping Ameren support small businesses affected by COVID-19.
A recent billing analysis of efficiency projects in Connecticut shows the promise of Advanced M&V to help programs improve performance.
In this video, Ben Brown discusses how PG&E is implementing meter-based pay-for-performance to expand demand-side procurement.
In order to solve California's worsening grid problems, we need to rethink how it treats demand flexibility relative to other resources.
In this webinar, Carmen Best explains how an interactive report card can transform and scale efficiency and demand flexibility.
The CPUC Just Changed Marginal Energy Source Natural Gas to Battery Storage!
Experience and Lessons Learned from P4P Pilots for Energy Efficiency in the EU.
Marc Paré, Recurve's security and privacy engineer, explains how the company built enterprise-grade security at a startup-scale.
Recurve's Response to CPUC Questions on P&G
The Green Finance Institute presents a vision for market solutions to scale energy efficiency in the U.K., including through metered energy consumption.
A collaborative effort to develop methods for quantifying exogenous energy consumption factors such as COVID-19 that lie outside of forecasts.
Congratulations to efficiency visionary Ken Colburn, who is retiring from the Regulatory Assistance Project.
EBCE is a national leader in decarbonization. Learn how it integrated its platform with Recurve's to address peak demand and carbon targets.
SMUD and Recurve team explain how to transform efficiency by targeting the hourly carbon intensity of the grid rather than savings.
The CPUC's revision on NMEC provides a host of critical updates.
Recurve commends the CEC on its clear vision for evolving energy efficiency to demand flexibility.
In this article series for T&D World Magazine, Recurve shows how resource curves can integrate demand flexibility into energy markets.
While the IEA Energy Efficiency Report finds that progress in energy efficiency is slowing, at Recurve we believe this represents an opportunity.
This post marks the release of the whitepaper: Evolving Cost-Effectiveness Policy and Tools to Enable Modern Energy Efficiency and Demand-Side Management
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.
If we don’t measure carbon correctly, we will end up with policies and actions that don’t have the intended effect.
Recurve presents the OpenEEmeter and EM2 in the June 2019 LF Energy webinar series.
The story of Recurve CEO Matt Golden's journey from home performance contractor to energy data analytics, and why OpenEE changed its name.
OpenEE is now Recurve!
California has started to measure and value efficiency based on metered impacts to load shape rather than monthly savings and modeled demand impacts.
CPUC releases new guidance that effectively greenlights the application of NMEC to efficiency in California.
Matt Golden, CEO of OpenEE, traveled to Australia to discuss demand flexibility solutions for the country's grid challenges.
Automated, data-driven methods can reliably identify comparison groups to determine the net impact of energy efficiency interventions for evaluation.
After six months working with many of the top minds in energy efficiency measurement and verification, CalTRACK 2.0 methods
This post is based on a paper presented by OpenEE Senior Data Scientist Hassan Shaban at the ACEEE 2018 Summer Study conference.
The ACEEE Summer Study is a wonderful time to take stock of the progress of the industry and look ahead to the next frontiers in energy efficiency.
Understand the distinction between a couple of different ways of measuring energy efficiency.
New laws establish a data-driven path to double energy efficiency in California.
Non-routine engineering adjustments often inflate savings. Here's what to do instead.
Different parties to energy efficiency benefit from different forms of value that require different metrics.
Learn how to use data and insurance to have confidence in savings, and how to access project finance to pay for upfront investments.
NYSERDA presents a conceptual framework for pay-for-performance efficiency.
How to make M&V in commercial buildings reliable for pay-for-performance markets and energy performance contracts.
OpenEE CEO Matt Golden explains how a new approach to metering and calculating energy efficiency can transform the industry.
This year, PG&E will launch a residential P4P pilot program that lays the groundwork for an entirely new approach to energy efficiency.
SB-350 requires tracking of NMEC from PACE projects, leveraging investment in smart meters and the OpenEEmeter to drive efficiency forward in the state.
As energy efficiency programs shed their legacy programs and ritualistic black box evaluations, innovation is emerging in the form of new market platforms.