With demand flexibility blurring the lines across DER programs, a consistent valuation framework is more important than ever.
Part II of a series discusses how meter-based interventions must take hourly and locational changes into account to be effective.
Part 1 of a series on how smart meter interval data, combined with open source methods and software, can provide transparent measurement of load shapes
This article discusses how transparent measurement of savings load shapes (resource curves) can turn demand flexibility into a T&D resource.
Pay-for-Performance promises to revolutionize energy efficiency. But to work, it requires actionable intelligence.
The promise of performance is real. The potential pitfalls are also real.
The case for creating portfolios of energy efficiency projects to deliver demand reductions where and when utilities need them.
As the duck curve worsens in California, the state needs to get serious about demand-side management and grid flexibility.
Moving the needle on energy efficiency means paying for metered performance, argues Matt Golden.
Matt Golden argues in favor of a new path forward for efficiency based on markets.
As Matt Golden explains, Mass. is No. 1 in efficiency. But it also has the most expensive program in the country. What’s wrong?