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Incentives based on actual meter-based measured energy savings data lead to simple and impactful solutions for contractors and customers.
CPUC recommits to meter-based measurement and market access model, boosting transparency and accountability for California efficiency.
Taper Building Efficiency demonstrated how an aggregator could take advantage of Market Access to scale efficiency projects for its customers.
Recurve's Market Access boosts total system benefit by 38% in 18 months, outperforms forecasts and redefines peak demand management.
Proposed $150 million program could boost batteries, EV chargers, smart thermostats and building retrofits, all to help ease summer grid stress.