Poster Presenters

  • Lauren Abraham, NMR Group Inc, Deep Dish: In-depth Interviews Across Diverse Populations
  • Mashail Arif, Itron, 0 to 1 in Ten Steps: Revving Up Impacts and Program Performance by Analyzing Projects with Zero Gross Realization Rates
  • Kausar Ashraf, IESO, Evaluation of Verifying Cold Climate Air Source Head Pumps (CC ASHP), in Electrically Heated Residential Homes
  • David Barclay, NMR Group, Party Like It’s 2020: EISA Phase 2 – An Examination of DOE Rulemaking and Implications for Programs
  • Divita Bhandari, DNV GL, Enlightened LED Program Planning: Hedonic Modeling and Forecasting
  • Tami Buhr, Opinion Dynamics, The Impact of Survey Incentives on Response Rates and Data Quality: May the Odds be Ever in Your Favor
  • David Carroll, APPRISE, Using Dodge Reports for Research and Evaluation
  • Daniel Chapman, ADM Energy, Temperature Analytics
  • John Cornwell, Evergreen Economics, Taking Control: Using AMI Data to Estimate Impacts from Peer Comparison Programs
  • Megan Dawe, TRC Energy Services, Accepting Limitations in Impact Analysis: Assessing the Role of Energy Efficiency Advocates on the Standard Development Process
  • Tracy Dyke-Redmond, Eversource Energy, Finding Ambitious Demand Reduction Opportunities through Analysis of Peak Load Personas
  • Christopher Dyson, DNV GL, Breaking the Code: Deciphering HVAC Equipment Nameplate Information for Market and Evaluation Insights
  • Jenny Fraser, Evergreen Economics, Say It Don’t Spray It: A Study of Landscape Irrigation Practices
  • Erik Funkhouser, Research Into Action, Knowledge Benefits: Assessing RD&D Program Impacts with Network Effects
  • Jennifer Gai, Nexant, Not Your Mom’s Matched Control Group
  • Matt Galport, EMI Consulting, Mind the Gap: Bridging Program Evaluation in the Energy Efficiency and Social Services Sectors
  • Logan Jacobson, E Source, The Missing Piece: Which Measures are Missing from Your TRM Puzzle?
  • Katherine Johnson, Johnson Consulting, Paint by Numbers: A Decision-framework for Determining Net Savings Approach
  • Amit Kanungo, DNV GL Energy, Results from a Comprehensive Impact Evaluation of 2013 California Statewide Non-residential New Construction (NRNC) Whole Building Program
  • Erika Kociolek, Energy Trust of Oregon, A Tale of Two Studies – Comparing and Contrasting Results of Two New Homes Gas Fireplace Surveys
  • Tammy Kuiken, DNV GL, Whole House to End Use: Real Life Non-intrusive Load Monitoring
  • Teri Lutz, Michaels Energy, A Gross & Net Savings Framework for Policymakers
  • Melissa Meek, NMR Group, How the Other Half Lights: An Analysis of Purchase and Installation Demographic Patterns
  • Melissa Meek, NMR Group, He Said, She Said: Webscraping and Shelf-Stocking Studies as Complementary Analyses
  • Bill Miller, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Scoping A Path Toward EM&V Certification
  • Sarah Monohon, Evergreen Economics, Which Switch? Choosing Between Smart Thermostats, Switches, and Alerts
  • Toshihiro Mukai, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Measurement and Verification of Energy Efficiency Programs with Baseline Models
  • Jerrad Pierce, NMR Group, Five Stars – Would Totally Buy Again!!!! A Novel Method and Data Source to Study Consumer Lighting Decision-Making
  • Dan Rubado, Energy Trust of Oregon, Impact of SEM Participation on Uptake of Capital Efficiency Projects
  • Chris Russell, NMR Group, Lighting’s Next Top Model—Predicting Lighting Market Change in Response to Laws and Consumer Adoption Since 2012
  • Ellen Steiner, Opinion Dynamics, Changing US Demographics: A Research Odyssey
  • Jason Symonds, DNV GL, Rebel With Causation: An Innovative Approach to Evaluating Upstream HVAC Program Influence on Purchases
  • Dan Violette, Navigant, Understanding and Selecting Between Survey-based Net-to-Gross Approaches: Best, Least Worst or the Method Most Likely to get You Follow-on Evaluation Work
  • Sara Wist, Cadmus, Are We There Yet? How to Measure Market Transformation
  • Kai Zhou, Opinion Dynamics, The Keymaker, Opening the Door to Energy Data Possibilities
  • Kai Zhou, Opinion Dynamics, Using Simple Recursive Partitioning and CART to Model Subjective Decision Making

Posted on: May 9, 2017 | Category: 2017 Baltimore Conference Information