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International Energy Program Evaluation Conference

IEPEC is the annual professional conference for energy program implementers, evaluators of those programs, and academic researchers. DNV GL is a gold sponsor.

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  • Wo:

    Long Beach, California, USA

  • Veranstaltungsort:

    Hyatt Regency Long Beach

  • Wann:
    11 August - 13 August 2015
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Join DNV GL at the International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) to discuss the latest trends and innovations in energy program evaluation. We have many presenters representing DNV GL, who will discuss topics including evaluation methods for ARRA-funded energy code initiatives, estimating program savings, residential customers' responses to critical events, and customer behavior. 

We are a Gold Sponsor for the event, and are sponsoring breakfast on Wednesday, August 12.

Papers: 

Christopher Dyson: Light of the Living Dead: The Current Market for T12 Lamps in the Post-EPACT World  

Noel Stevens: Rolling up IOU Account-Level Data to Measure Savings from the Top-Down  

Suman Gautam: Residential Customers Response to Critical Peak Events of Electricity: Green Mountain Power Experience 

Claire Palmgren: Observed Efficiency Trends in Residential Appliances in California Homes Relative to the Evolution of Appliance Standards 

Kristina Kelly: The Million Metric Ton Question: Estimating National Carbon Impacts from State-level Programs 

Mitch Rosenberg and Kristina Kelly: A Guiding Light for Market Effects Research: Lessons Learned from LED Baseline Development Across Multiple Regions 

Tim Pettit: Cracking the Code: Impact Evaluation Methods and Results of ARRA-Funded Energy Code Initiatives 

Will Gifford: Updated National Lighting Usage Estimates Incorporating Two New Regional Metering Studies

Posters: 

Jason Symonds: A National Work-Around Estimating Incremental Costs for the National Evaluation of the State Energy Programs (SEP) 

Shawn Bodmann: How Traditional Program Delivery Strategies Interact with Population Differences to Affect Efficiency Program Outcomes 

Mitch Rosenberg : Baseline Characterization: The Whole House Retrofit Market

Jeremiah Robinson: How Much Fire in the Hole: Commercial Gas EFLH on the Cheap

Quick Takes: 

Gomathi Sadhasivan: Alternate Endings--A Tale of Two Surveys and Priming, Order Effect, and Other Biases

Chad Telarico: Getting your Energy Savings out of Storage 

Amit Kanugo: Challenges in Evaluating Monitoring-Based Commissioning Programs in California 

Joe Lopes: Innovative Austin Energy WiFi Thermostat Program Evaluation

Panels: 

Mimi Goldberg: Catch of the Day, Evaluator Certification 

Jenna Canseco (Moderator): Nonresidential Lighting: Past, Present, and Future