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[ January 16, 2014 ]Webinar
Webinar: Energy Efficiency Cost-Effectiveness Testing
Sponsored by SEE Action & the U.S. EPA’s State Climate & Energy Program
January 16, 2014
“Cost-effective” is a commonly used criterion for assessing individual projects or portfolios of programs, as well as defining public and regulatory policies. The question of how cost-effectiveness is defined, the data used to calculate it, and the way in which it is applied has major implications for state-level policy efforts to use energy efficiency as a resource for achieving energy and pollution reduction objectives. This webinar will discuss approaches to assessing the cost-effectiveness of end-use efficiency portfolios and the options, issues, and opportunities that arise from using different approaches and assumptions.
- Steven Schiller, Schiller Consulting, Inc.
- Snuller Price, Partner, Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc.
- Sami Khawaja, Ph.D., Executive Consultant, Cadmus
- Tim Woolf, Vice President, Synapse Energy Economics
- Tom Eckman, Conservation Manager for Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
Date: January 16, 2014
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Central Time
Register now: Advanced registration is required.
Who Should Attend?
Staff from state environment departments, public utility commissions, state energy offices, and non-profits that are interested in learning more about the cost-effectiveness tests that are used to screen energy efficiency programs and portfolios.
For more information, visit the Energy Efficiency Evaluation, Measurement, and Verification Webinar Series homepage, sponsored by the SEE Action and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s State Climate and Energy Program.