Join this Cost Effectiveness for the Next Generation Energy Efficiency Workshop to learn about:
- A new guidance - a National Standard Practice Manual for Assessing Cost-Effectiveness;
- Rhode Island’s resource value approach to cost-effectiveness as well as take aways from some other states’ current practice;
- A discussion on challenging topics - non-energy impacts and cost-effectiveness of Advanced Metering Infrastructure;
- A group conversation with diverse stakeholders (consumer advocate, regulators, program administrators, evaluators, etc) about using cost-effectiveness in preparing energy efficiency for the Future.
This workshop is co-hosted by Connecticut DEEP.
Panelists invited include:
|8:30 AM||Arrival, Registration, Breakfast|
Welcome and Introduction
CT DEEP and NEEP
New Guidance - New Approaches
National Standard Practice Manual
Rhode Island Case Study
Current Cost-Effectiveness - Selected State Profiles
Perspectives on Cost-Effectiveness for the Future: A Conversation
Q&A session with and for Consumer Advocates, Regulators, Program Administrators, Evaluation, National and Regional Stakeholders, practitioners and other experts.
Discussion and Structured Q&A with Experts and Practitioners
Some Cost-Effectiveness Hot Topics
Cost-Effectiveness of AMI Investment
|3:45 PM||Wrap up|
The Auditorium will be available after 4:00 PM for further networking.