AESP Spring Conference

DNV GL is presenting at this year's conference on energy efficiency and technology

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  • Wo:

    Portland, Oregon, USA

  • Veranstaltungsort:

    Hilton Portland & Executive Tower

  • Wann:
    19 May - 21 May 2015
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The conference features experts on the critical role technology and effective implementation play in energy efficiency programs. It focuses on specific technologies and their impacts as well as ways to integrate technology into energy efficiency programs to achieve incrementally better outcomes.  Lessons learned and best practices from programs in residential, small business and large C&I market segments will also be shared so you can map your plan for success.


DNV GL's Patrick McFadden will present give a presentation with Consumer's Energy called "Showcasing an EE Program's Best Projects Encourages Broader Program Participation." The Consumers Energy Business Solutions Project of the Year Award recognizes, honors,and publicizes three successful projects and the achievements of the project team for superior performance of an energy efficiency project. The program was initially designed as a marketing effort to bring greater awareness of the Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency program to participants and nonparticipants, improve customer satisfaction and opinion polls, and increase program participation. But the offering paid dividends through greater than expected enthusiasm throughout the business community, the utility’s Customer Account Management, and the EE program’s engineering and outreach staff. Everyone wants a "horse in the race" and does their best to back a winner.