RAP’s Retiring US Director, Ken Colburn, Lays Out a Vision for the Future of Energy Efficiency
Congratulations to efficiency visionary Ken Colburn, who is retiring from the Regulatory Assistance Project.
How EBCE Is Working with Recurve to Address Peak Demand and GHGs Through Demand Flexibility
EBCE is a national leader in decarbonization. Learn how it integrated its platform with Recurve's to address peak demand and carbon targets.
How SMUD Re-Engineered Itself to Focus On Decarbonization Through Flexibility and Electrification
SMUD and Recurve team explain how to transform efficiency by targeting the hourly carbon intensity of the grid rather than savings.
CPUC Releases Version 2.0 of the Meter-Based NMEC Rulebook
The CPUC's revision on NMEC provides a host of critical updates.
2019 California Energy Efficiency Action Plan: Moving to Demand Flexibility and Scaling EE
Recurve commends the CEC on its clear vision for evolving energy efficiency to demand flexibility.
Demand Flexibility: A New Approach to Modernize the Grid
In this article series for T&D World Magazine, Recurve shows how resource curves can integrate demand flexibility into energy markets.
IEA Just Confirmed Efficiency as We Know It Is Slowing Down — However, There Are Solutions Right in Front of Us.
While the IEA Energy Efficiency Report finds that progress in energy efficiency is slowing, at Recurve we believe this represents an opportunity.
Rethinking Cost Effectiveness to Meet the Needs of the Modern Grid
This post marks the release of the whitepaper: Evolving Cost-Effectiveness Policy and Tools to Enable Modern Energy Efficiency and Demand-Side Management
Metered Efficiency (NMEC) Only Works When It's Open
In order for P4P efficiency to work, we need transparent and reproducible measurement that can be verified by all parties.
The Secret Plan for Decarbonization: How Demand Flexibility Can Save Our Grid
This Electricity Journal article explains it all--the soup-to-nuts on how we can leverage behind the meter demand flexibility like a real resource.