Kevin Andrews provides research and consulting services on demand-side management, distributed generation, and beneficial electrification to energy utilities. He responds to high-priority research inquiries with data analyses, practitioner interviews, and case studies. He also leads project ideation and management for complex research deliverables. Kevin holds an MS in environmental studies from the University of Colorado Boulder, where he completed research assistantships in the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research (CSTPR) and the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES).

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Realizing Resilience: New Perspectives on Delivering Value to Utilities and Utility Customers

Kevin Andrews
December 31, 2019

Resilience planning and preparedness open up new avenues for you to help customers anticipate and respond to a changing climate. In this Forum session we went beyond the buzzword and discussed how you can recognize and capitalize on opportunities to build resilience among various customer groups.

How to Choose the Best DSM Tracking System

Kevin Andrews
February 13, 2019

We recently received an Ask E Source question about how to select and implement a demand-side management tracking system. We interviewed utility professionals and leading software developers to develop four best practices that will help you make the right choice for your utility.

Advice for Keeping Large Business Customers Engaged and Enrolled in Utility-Run Programs

Kevin Andrews
February 14, 2018

Watch E Source senior research analyst Kevin Andrews present the results of the 2016 E Source Large Business Gap and Priority Benchmark and suggest ways to combat the opt-out trend by encouraging large customers to participate in utility-run efficiency programs.

Best practices for cost-effective DSM programs

Liza Minor, Kevin Andrews
January 12, 2018

It can be difficult to maintain program cost-effectiveness in a postlighting world. To help you learn how to build lasting cost-effectiveness, we identified best practices for four core program types as part of our series on the "Next Generation of Energy Savings."