EM&V Annual Public Meeting: Advancing EM&V in the Region and the Industry

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Radisson Hotel Nashua
11 Tara Boulevard
Nashua, NH 03062
United States

Event Date

EM&V Annual Public Meeting: Advancing EM&V in the Region and the Industry

Reception: Monday, May 7 at 5:30 p.m.
Event: Tuesday, May 8 at 8:30 a.m.



Welcome and Introduction

Level setting: 2018 Avoided Cost Study


  • Elizabeth Titus, NEEP
  • Miles Ingram, Eversource
  • Pat Knight, Synapse Energy Economics

EM&V in the integrated DER environment: Current and Future

This panel explored how EM&V is evolving to meet the relevant needs of the future including non-wire alternatives, storage, and demand reduction strategies.


  • Bill Kallock, Integral Analytics
  • Carrie Gill, RI Office of Energy Resources
  • Cindy Manson, Indutrial Economics
  • Mike Hamilton, EMI Consulting

Moderator: Elizabeth Titus, NEEP

Controls as an Efficiency Measure: Opportunities and Challenges

This panel explored the new complex measures presenting new challenges towards evaluating savings.


  • Alec Stevens, Demand Management Institute (DMI)
  • Michael Myer, PNNL

Moderator: Dave Jacobson, Dave Jacobson Consulting

Cost-effectiveness and Non-Energy Impacts of Efficiency

Our panelists presented new resources and research in NEIs to present perspectives from the Northeast and beyond.


  • Don Kreis, New Hampshire Office of the Consumer Advocate
  • Greg Clendenning, NMR Group
  • Julie Michals, E4TheFuture
  • Nate Caron, DNV-GL
  • Samantha Caputo, NEEP

Panel Discussion - Evolving TRMs for the Future: Outlook 2025

Technical Reference Manuals serve evaluation and program roles, but are changing to meet newer efficiency needs.  Our panelists shared their thoughts, experiences and ideas for the evolution of TRMs.

  • Michael Lauchaire, Central Hudson
  • Dick Oswald, United Illuminating
  • Robert Stephenson, VEIC

Moderator: Elizabeth Titus, NEEP



  • Les Stachow, New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission
  • Elizabeth Titus, NEEP


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