Retail and wholesale price signals can work together to optimize customer experience, reduce risk, and boost savings while maintaining grid reliability.
Energy efficiency can help Illinois reach its proposed statewide peak reduction goal, but only if they target the right customers.
Part 1 of Recurve's blog series explores a recent study of four ComEd energy efficiency programs with CLEAResult and ILLUME Advising as ComEd's partners.
Recurve and Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), California's largest utility, have officially launched a first-of-it's-kind Market Access Program.
Are the climate impacts of growing weed harshing your buzz? Learn how Seinergy is greening indoor cannabis cultivation through the MCE FLEXmarket.
In this article for T&D World, Recurve CEO Matt Golden explains how the new Demand Flex Market can help solve California's grid challenges.
Could MCE's Demand Flex Market be the start of a statewide trend?
In this webinar, Adam Scheer explains how meter-based pay-for-performance can help utilities effectively manage added stress on the grid.
COVID Renders Traditional M&V Obsolete. Introducing the GRIDmeter™.
In order to solve California's worsening grid problems, we need to rethink how it treats demand flexibility relative to other resources.
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.
Part 2 of this T&D World series gives real world examples of how resource curves allow demand flexibility to be deployed as a virtual power plant.
Part II of a series discusses how meter-based interventions must take hourly and locational changes into account to be effective.
In this webinar, Carmen Best joins other experts to explain how policy can support performance-based demand flexibility for decarbonization.
The story of Recurve CEO Matt Golden's journey from home performance contractor to energy data analytics, and why OpenEE changed its name.
Matt Golden, CEO of OpenEE, traveled to Australia to discuss demand flexibility solutions for the country's grid challenges.
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.