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EM&V-Normalized Metered Energy Consumption Forum with the IOUs and the Council
February 13, 2018
In the context of the new California paradigm where at least 60% of energy efficiency programs will be designed and delivered by third-parties, this forum will delve into key issues surrounding:
- normalized metered energy consumption (NMEC),
- measurement and verification (M&V), and
- evaluation, measurement and verification (EM&V)
Come join utilities, regulators and stakeholders in a discussion on approaches for measuring savings in the new world. Learn more here.
Educational Training Course: Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Policy in California
To be announced, 2018
This half-day training from the Council, designed for mid-level professionals, will raise your policy IQ and deliver career-building insights to demystify California’s policies on energy efficiency and demand response. We will provide an overview from the very early days of energy “conservation” starting in the 1960’s through today and identify how major events have influenced the policy landscape. We will define and dive into pending or recently decided policies and legislation that impact your job in the energy efficiency and demand response industries. Take away resources you can use to stay up-to-date in this ever-changing industry. This is the perfect foundation to quickly accelerate your understanding and help you better navigate your career in energy efficiency and demand response. Learn more here.
April 26, 2018
Join the California Efficiency + Demand Management Council and guest speakers for a one-day professional education conference on Integrating Efficiency and Demand Response into California’s Distributed Energy Future. It is designed to help you stay current in the energy efficiency and demand response fields as these resources evolve to meet California’s grid needs. Build a deeper understanding of where California policy stands for integrating efficiency and demand response into the emerging distributed energy future. It is a perfect refresher/training resource for staff and an excellent opportunity to catch up on this rapidly changing field! Learn more here.
October 25, 2018
California’s energy policy landscape is as dynamic as ever. As we look to the state’s 2030 climate goals, energy efficiency and demand response will be tapped to drive a cleaner and more reliable grid. Taking on this role means changing the way these energy resources are valued, structured, and leveraged. Hear from experts and leaders at the center of this movement. The Council’s Fall Conference is the premier opportunity for California utilities, regulators, elected officials, and industry companies to network, hear from one another, and share ideas on today’s top energy policy issues. Learn more here.
Thought Leadership Discussion for Members-Only
Emerging Grid-Support Opportunities for Energy Efficiency: Potential Impacts to Your Business Model
December 11, 2017
Join the Council for a members-only session in December, 2017 to discuss thoughts on emerging opportunities for energy efficiency over the next 5 years. We’ll focus on the emerging role of energy efficiency to support constrained areas of the grid at a specific locations and time (aka “grid-support” EE)* and the impact this trend may have on your business model.
We will also briefly present how the Council will support the EE/DR industry over the next five years as described in our new Strategic Plan.If you would like to learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
One Day Training with the IOUs
Secrets to Successful Proposals for Upcoming Energy Efficiency Solicitations in California
The California Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs) and the California Efficiency + Demand Management Council (the Council) have partnered to offer a series of one-day training courses to help companies build better bids in the upcoming solicitations for energy efficiency programs.
By 2020 at least 60% of California’s $1 billion per year efficiency portfolio will be designed and delivered by non-utility third parties. Solicitations to design and deliver these programs are set to begin soon… Be prepared by attending this course! These trainings will help you create more effective proposals by informing you about key requirements and policies that will be essential to successful bids. Position your company to better understand the IOU portfolio solicitation process by attending!
Hosted by PG&E
September 18, 2017
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Hosted by Southern California Edison
November 2, 2017
The Council hosts regular happy hours with our friends at AESP’s California Chapter to get members and colleagues together to network about progress in the energy efficiency and demand response industry. Happy hours are open to the public so invite your friends and colleagues for an evening of fun, networking, appetizers and drinks!
IOU Business Forums (Members Only):
Every year the Council and each investor-owned utility convenes a business forum. The forums are a unique opportunity to hear key utility representatives speak about their energy efficiency and demand response goals and activities, and discuss topics affecting our businesses. We also provide networking time, so it’s a great opportunity to meet utility staff. The business forums are typically held in the spring and summer.
The IOU forums are free to full and sustaining members. If you are a member and would like to learn more, email email@example.com.
EM&V Forum with the IOUs (Members Only):
Each year Council members and the IOUs get together for an EM&V Business Forum. This forum is to better understand the broad goals of the utilities, meet a number of their pertinent staff and have a conversation about key issues relating to EM&V. The primary focus of the 2016 agenda was normalized metered energy consumption (NMEC) from the perspective of IOU Program Administrators (program-orientation), Implementers, and EM&V practitioners. Each perspective helped promote extensive discussion. The IOU forums are free to full and sustaining members. If you are a member and would like to learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Policy Calls (Members Only):
The Council holds Policy Call Webinars every other Friday. These calls are designed to engage the membership on key policy issues and forums where The Council is active. They regularly provide updates and discussion around the Council’s involvement at the Legislature, CPUC, CEC, and more. Participating in these calls is the best way for members to provide input on policy positions, raise awareness on key issues facing your company, and stay up-to-date on important policy developments. Policy Calls are free to full and sustaining members. If you are a member and would like to be included in these calls, email email@example.com.
Demand Response Calls (Members Only):
The Council is excited to respond to the need to serve the demand response community in California with additional information, advocacy and leadership. We are offering a 1-hour biweekly call/Webinar that is specifically dedicated to issues that impact demand management businesses. The calls focus on sharing information, developing advocacy positions and discussing what we can do to plan for new opportunities in California’s ever changing regulatory and legislative environment. If you are a member and would like to be included in these calls, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EM&V Calls (Members Only):
The Council holds Webinars the last Wednesday of the month with those members interested in evaluation, measurement and verification issues. These calls discuss a range of issues and strategies around EM&V in California.
EM&V Calls are free to full and sustaining members. If you are a member and would like to be included in these calls, email email@example.com.