CPUC Greenlights Aggregated NMEC
CPUC releases new guidance that effectively greenlights the application of NMEC to efficiency in California.
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.
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.
Metered Payable vs. Normal Year Savings: Using the Right Metric for the Job
Understand the distinction between a couple of different ways of measuring energy efficiency.
A Data-Driven Path to Double Energy Efficiency In California
New laws establish a data-driven path to double energy efficiency in California.
M&V Adjustments Create a Bias Towards Savings Inflation
Non-routine engineering adjustments often inflate savings. Here's what to do instead.
Energy Efficiency Has Many Metrics but Only One Set of Books
Different parties to energy efficiency benefit from different forms of value that require different metrics.
WEBINAR: Making Pay-for-Performance Work for Your Efficiency Business
Learn how to use data and insurance to have confidence in savings, and how to access project finance to pay for upfront investments.