2017 Conference – Renaissance Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland!

August 8 – 10 │ August 7 Workshops and Opening Reception

 

Call for abstracts now open!

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The 2015 IEPEC Planning Committee is seeking abstracts on a wide range of energy program evaluation topics. Abstracts are invited for three presentation options; papers, panels and posters. We are also seeking proposals for full or half-day pre-conference evaluation training workshops.

Making Ambitious Reductions Real: Accurate and Actionable Evaluation

Since the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in 2015, the Federal Government and many US states have joined nations around the world in substantially increasing their commitments to energy efficiency, demand response, distributed energy resources, and renewables. Now more than ever, evaluation has a critical role to play to ensure that the energy savings and avoided emissions are real. It also faces new and urgent challenges.

It is highly recommended that the guidance document be review before submitting an abstract. Go to 2017 Submission Guidelines.

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Announcement for Webinar Series on Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EM&V) for Energy EfficiencyFacilitated by: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
New series of webinars designed to support states considering and implementing EM&V activities to document energy savings and other impacts of energy efficiency programs.

Next Webinar: Evaluation of Residential Behavior-Based Programs

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Eastern Time Zone

Programs Residential behavior-based (BB) programs use strategies grounded in the behavioral and social sciences to influence household energy use. These programs have unique evaluation challenges and usually require different evaluation methods than those currently employed for most other types of efficiency programs.

This webinar is currently planned to provide an introduction to documenting the energy savings associated with BB programs and examples of how different jurisdictions are addressing BB program evaluation.

Presenters:

  • Dr. C. Anna Spurlock, Senior Scientific Engineering Associate, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Dr. Annika Todd, Senior Scientific Engineering Associate, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Bill Saxonis, Utility Supervisor/Evaluation, New York Department of Public Service

Reserve your free webinar seat now at: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/220erxarifi3&eom

Additional EM&V resources are available at https://emp.lbl.gov/emv-webinar-series.

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2015 Audio Library is now open.  Hear the sessions you missed.

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For efficient use of the files: Each file is a complete recording of each session.  Thus, open the first file, the conference agenda, or refer to your program book to ascertain who the moderator was of the desired topic. Find that session in the listing. If the talk was the third talk, fast forward about 60 minutes. Enjoy!

2017 Sponsors

We would like to gratefully thank and acknowledge the following organizations, whose assistance and support are critical in helping to make the 2017 IEPEC conference a success. (Links to sponsor’s websites open in a separate window.) If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the 2017 Evaluation Conference, please contact the Conference Coordinator, Cara Lee Mahany Braithwait, at 608-231-2552.

 

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