Energy Efficiency Program Design and Implementation Webinar: July 1

From West Virginia GreenWorks:

Energy Efficiency Program Design and Implementation Training (Webinar): July 1

THE REGULATORY ASSISTANCE PROJECT

Register Now for July 1 Webinar (1-4 p.m. EDT)

Energy Efficiency Program Design and Implementation Training

The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), with support from the Energy Foundation, is offering this training course at no charge to participants. The webinar is designed for advocates working to develop or improve the current processes used in their jurisdiction to design, develop and evaluate energy efficiency programs.

Webinar Topic: Portfolio Development and Evaluation Planning

Instructors: Mike Messenger, Itron and Steve Schiller, Schiller and Associates

Date: Thursday, July 1

Start Time: 1 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time

Length: Approximately 3 hours

The instructors will cover the following:

 

  • Range of approaches used to develop energy efficiency programs portfolios, and a brief discussion of the pros and cons of each;
  • Best practices to ensure the perspectives of all key stakeholders are included in this development process;
  • How the public policy goals adopted by regulatory bodies shape portfolio development;
  • How evaluation, measurement and verification approaches can be designed and developed consistent with these goals to assess portfolio performance—e.g., with respect to net and gross energy demand savings and avoided emissions;
  • “Critical” information templates that should be used to ensure that necessary information is collected in the evaluation phase to support the portfolio planning process.

 

How to Register: Please send your RSVP to webinar@raponline.org

Please feel free to forward this announcement and registration information to others in your organization.

CONTACT:

Meg Gottstein at mgottstein@raponline.org (Mobile: 209.304.5931 Office: 209.296.4979) or

Richard Sedano at rsedano@raponline.org (Mobile: 802.272.0367 Office: 802.498.0710)

Kristin Tracz

About Kristin Tracz

Kristin Tracz served MACED’s Research and Policy team from 2009-2012 working on clean energy policy, energy efficiency programs and the Appalachian Transition Initiative. She joined MACED after finishing her Master of Environmental Management degree at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. She now lives and works in Washington, DC.