Amy Schmidt helps maintain DSMdat, the comprehensive E Source database of energy-efficiency and demand-side management (DSM) initiatives in the US and Canada, and researches DSM program design and implementation. The Universities Council on Water Resources published Amy's thesis on utility water pricing mechanisms after she received a BA in environmental economics from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.

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Unlocking the Next Generation of Residential DSM Programs

Amy Schmidt
July 31, 2019

As baselines rise and markets transform, program managers are looking for innovative ways to fill the savings gap. So what does the next generation of residential demand-side management programs look like? We hosted a workshop for program managers at our headquarters to find out.