Metered Efficiency Resource Curves Arrive in California
California has started to measure and value efficiency based on metered impacts to load shape rather than monthly savings and modeled demand impacts.
CPUC Greenlights Aggregated NMEC
CPUC releases new guidance that effectively greenlights the application of NMEC to efficiency in California.
Can Demand Flexibility Help Fix the Duck Down Under?
Matt Golden, CEO of OpenEE, traveled to Australia to discuss demand flexibility solutions for the country's grid challenges.
Energy Trust of Oregon Releases New OpenEE Report on Comparison Groups
Automated, data-driven methods can reliably identify comparison groups to determine the net impact of energy efficiency interventions for evaluation.
Demand Flexibility as a Decarbonization Solution for Europe
OpenEE CEO Matt Golden discusses demand flexibility as a grid resource for decarbonization at the IEA conference in Europe.
P4P Is Not the Boogeyman: Primer on Pay-for-Performance from NEEP
The growing role of pay-for-performance (P4P) presents an opportunity to rapidly scale the deployment of efficiency across the country.
Updated CalTRACK Supports Commercial Buildings and Hourly Savings
After six months working with many of the top minds in energy efficiency measurement and verification, CalTRACK 2.0 methods
Playing with Fire and not Getting Burned: Risk Management in Pay-for-Performance
This post is based on a paper presented by OpenEE Senior Data Scientist Hassan Shaban at the ACEEE 2018 Summer Study conference.
ACEEE 2018: Flexibility and Efficiency as Time and Locational Resources
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.