As inexpensive as lighting was, twenty years ago, we’ve since made it close to free. Too cheap to meter?
Fortnightly Magazine - April 2016
A response to the letter to the editor by Ashley Brown in our February 2016 issue.
We went to Allentown and talked with Bill Spence.
Utility load growth from EVs can actually benefit all ratepayers by providing societal benefits and reducing utilities’ average cost of service.
Vol. 1: “If It’s Stayed, Why Should I Go?”
The Power of Efficient Capital
The Order will extend application of load-reducing technologies and marketing to a new class of services.
DG lenders and developers should consider standardizing a model form of energy service agreement.
In behavioral programs, where small businesses make all kinds of changes, attributing energy savings is not straightforward.
Looking back on my 45 years in the energy sector.