How states can use DOE HOMES data requirements to create feedback loops to optimize program design.
Dive into DOE's IRA-HOMES evaluation requirements and discover how embedded M&V can shift from a mere compliance task to blueprinting future success.
The race is on! Time to start thinking about how to best leverage historic federal funding for efficiency.
CPUC recommits to meter-based measurement and market access model, boosting transparency and accountability for California efficiency.
The key to making electrification policy work is identifying and targeting the right customers.
The proposed Inflation Reduction Act includes $4.3B for behind-the-meter residential energy flexibility.
The governor's $1B proposal represents an important turning point in the effort to decarbonize California's economy.
Recurve’s CAISO sponsored study shows how open-source s FLEXmeter methods properly measure and value demand response so ISOs can depend on it.
Why FLEXmeter it is needed and how an open source approach can give ISOs the confidence to deploy and integrate demand response.
Last week the California Public Utilities Commission took a leap toward reconciling energy efficiency with other distributed energy resources.
Segmenting the California's efficiency portfolio will allow all investments to drive toward their intended purpose.
Newly proposed congressional legislation HOPE for HOMES is a great leap forward for measured performance.
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.
With the growing need for demand-side programs that can compete against an intensifying duck curve, California needs a modernized approach to valuation.
Recurve's analysis of the August 14th demand response event demonstrates that demand response works as long as appropriate methods are in place.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission aims to create a scalable national market for DERs, but will their plan work?
Join Adam and the AESP panel to find out what you can do to usher forward a modern approach to cost-effectiveness.
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!
Recurve's Response to CPUC Questions on P&G
Congratulations to efficiency visionary Ken Colburn, who is retiring from the Regulatory Assistance Project.
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 webinar, Carmen Best joins other experts to explain how policy can support performance-based demand flexibility for decarbonization.
This post marks the release of the whitepaper: Evolving Cost-Effectiveness Policy and Tools to Enable Modern Energy Efficiency and Demand-Side Management
In this webinar, Carmen Best reviews the historic pillars of energy efficiency policy and explores key transitions necessary for success in the future.
Considering pay-for-performance and metered efficiency? Learn how states are approaching regulatory and market reform in early pilots.
SB-350 requires tracking of NMEC from PACE projects, leveraging investment in smart meters and the OpenEEmeter to drive efficiency forward in the state.