Webinar: Highlights of the ACEEE national conference on energy efficiency as a resource

Start/Stop Date:
17 Mar 2016
DSM University in co-operation with Leonardo Energy
Webinar: 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Focus Areas:
Energy efficiency as a resource
Type of Event:

Register: http://www.leonardo-academy.org/course/details.php?id=409

About the webinar:
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) conducts, every two years, the ACEEE National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource (EER Conference). This is widely regarded as the premier conference in the U.S. on the subject of energy efficiency as a utility system resource. This presentation will describe the history and purpose of this conference, and provide a summary of highlights from the most recent event (held in September 2015), which featured presentations by over 75 experts in the utility energy efficiency program field. It will also provide information on how to access the presentations from this event as well as prior EER conferences.

Speaker: Dr. Martin Kushler ACEEE

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Dr. Martin Kushler is a ‘Senior Fellow’ with the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), a non-profit research and policy organization founded in 1980, with headquarters in Washington, D.C. While at ACEEE he has been Director of the ACEEE Utilities Program for a decade, has conducted many widely acclaimed national studies of utility sector energy efficiency policies and programs, and has helped develop energy efficiency policies in many states.   Dr. Kushler has also been responsible for assembling the conference content for all eight of the ACEEE Energy Efficiency as a Resource conferences, beginning in 2001.

Prior to joining ACEEE, he was Supervisor of Evaluation at the utility regulatory agency (Public Service Commission) in the state of Michigan for nearly ten years.   He has been involved directing research and evaluation regarding energy efficiency and utilities for three decades, has been widely published, and has provided consultation to numerous states and the federal government. He has also had the pleasure of making presentations at European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (eceee) and CEDEC in the EU in earlier years.


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