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EFX16 Session: The Evolution of Evaluation: Revolution or Resolution? EM&V 2.0 New Approaches vs. Traditional Methods

Created 5/4/2016 by Carol Lindstrom
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Presentation and video from Efficiency Exchange 2016 Session.

The Evolution of Evaluation: Revolution or Resolution? EM&V 2.0 New Approaches vs. Traditional Methods 
Critical to regulators, integrated resource planners and finance divisions is the premise that every kWh and therm claimed to be saved was actually saved. Evaluation, measurement and verification (EM&V) is an essential program design component and worth every dollar spent to validate the investment toward electric and gas savings. Today’s traditional methods of evaluation focus on labor intensive data collection processes which can be expensive, have prolonged lag periods, seasonal variations and may be limited in the data collected. EM&V 2.0 focuses on utilizing technology to collect real time data immediately. This session will compare and contrast strategies. Moderator: Tom Lienhard, Avista UtilitiesPanelists: Tom Eckman, Northwest Power Planning Council | Lynn Roy, Nexant, Inc. | Julie Michals, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships | Jake Oster, EnergySavvy | Domenico Gelonese, Embertec USA

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Posted By: Carol Lindstrom 05/04/16 on 03:46 PM (Pacific Time)
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