Early Warnings Aren’t Just for Tsunamis

Early Warnings Aren’t Just for Tsunamis
March 6, 2014 Dan Zasloff

M&V 2.0: Getting to Real-time Program Evaluation

Thursday, March 20
2 pm Eastern / 11 am Pacific

M&V 2.0 is beginning to change the DSM Industry. Advances in large-scale data analysis, meter data and program feedback make it possible to “measure as you go.” This approach helps achieve more robust, lower risk and lower cost energy efficiency resources.

Now available on demand. Hosted by:

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Join industry thinkers and doers who are pushing the industry away from traditionally slow and expensive methods that produce uncertain results, towards a modern “measure as you go” approach to DSM quantification.

  • Tom Hines, Arizona Public Service
  • Katherine Johnson, Johnson Consulting
  • Charlie Ellis, EnergySavvy

We hope to see you at the webinar! In the meantime, learn more about the newest member of the EnergySavvy Optix family. Calculating program impact in real-time, Optix Evaluate enables a shift from unproven savings and risk to verifiable savings and opportunity making efficiency more easily valued, financed, and deployed.