Achieving Cost-Effectiveness Amid Increasing Challenges
November 14, 2019 • 1 pm (ET)
The next generation of EE, DR and iDER portfolios of programs is facing increasing challenges in meeting cost-effectiveness criteria. These challenges stem from declining avoided costs and limits on the savings from recent program mainstays, i.e., lighting programs, home and small business energy reports, and smart thermostats. Now, new cost-effectiveness issues involve benefit streams from integrated/stacked programs, locational avoided-costs, and benefits not now fully captured, e.g., resiliency and hedge benefits.
The next generation of programs will need new designs and rationales to meet cost-effectiveness criteria, and the very way cost-effectiveness is analyzed will undergo substantive changes.
This webinar addresses needed changes going forward, both in the regulatory setting and in program design, as well as how current changes in best practice cost-effectiveness assessment can address critical near-term issues.
The speakers include experts in evaluation and regulatory issues, a utility DER planner, and a next generation program designer.
Dan Violette, Director - Lumina Decision Systems
Michael Goldman, Director, Energy Efficiency - Regulatory, Planning, & Evaluation - Eversource Energy
Susan Gilbert, CEO - Apogee Interactive, Inc
Larry Getzler, Director, Marketing – Lumina Decision Systems
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