EM&V Forum Summer Workshop: Cost-Effectiveness Testing for Next-Generation Energy Efficiency

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Location

Gina McCarthy Auditorium, Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
79 Elm St., 5th floor
Hartford, CT 06106
United States

Date Events

Thank you to our attendees for joining NEEP and Connecticut DEEP for this Cost Effectiveness for the Next Generation Energy Efficiency Workshop. You will find below the presentation of each of our speaker

If you have further questions, please contact NEEP's Events Manager, Lucie Carriou.

 

AGENDA

 

Welcome and Introduction

Diane Duva, CT DEEP

Elizabeth Titus, NEEP

 

Cost-Effectiveness: New Guidance and Current "States" 

National Standard Practice Manual:

Chris Neme, Energy Futures Group

State Roundtable:

Lisa Skumatz, SERA

Jeff Loiter, Optimal Energy

Joe Swift, Eversource

 
 
 

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.

Mark Quinlan, CT DEEP

Joe Cullen, Home Performance Coalition

Taren O'Connor, CT Office of Consumer Counsel

Steve Bonanno, National Grid NY

Moderator: Jeff Schlegel, Consultant to CT EEB

 

Hot Topics in Cost-Effectiveness and Non-Energy Impacts

Cost-Effectiveness of AMI Investment

Samantha Caputo, NEEP

Connecting Health Benefits and Energy Efficiency 

Julie Michals, E4TheFuture

Quantifying the Health and Safety Impacts of Low-Income Weatherization 

Greg Clendenning, NMR Group

Moderator: Claire Miziolek, NEEP

 

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