Tim Stout, a senior advisor working across the Consulting, Strategic Relations, and Research departments at E Source, has extensive experience in the design, implementation, and evaluation of energy-efficiency and demand-response programs. His particular areas of expertise are program design, implementation, portfolio development, cost-effectiveness analysis, regulatory proceedings, and energy-efficiency policy and strategy. For 23 years before joining E Source, Tim held a number of positions in the Energy Efficiency and Demand Response department at National Grid, an electricity and gas utility serving more than 7 million customers in the Northeast. In 2002, he became National Grid’s first vice president of Energy Efficiency and Distributed Resources and was responsible for the design, implementation, evaluation, and regulatory approval of the organization’s electricity and gas energy-efficiency programs in New England and New York. Tim currently serves on the board of directors of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy and previously served on the boards of the Consortium for Energy Efficiency and the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships. He holds an MA from Boston University and a BA from Middlebury College.

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Energy Efficiency Is Still Our Best Option for Reducing Carbon Levels

Tim Stout
November 29, 2016

E Source is committed to advancing the efficient use of energy. And there’s never been a more important time to step up our efficiency activities and bolster the over $9 billion we spend annually on efficiency across North America.

Getting Out Front on the Clean Power Plan

Tim Stout
November 5, 2015

The final Clean Power Plan is now posted in the Federal Register. So it’s essential that utilities accelerate their activities around participation in statewide forums and act quickly and clearly to emphasize the benefits that energy efficiency and demand response bring to a utility's resource mix.

Apples and Oranges: Aggregating Data from Electricity-Conservation Programs

Mark Brown, Bryan Jungers, Tim Stout
March 7, 2014

E Source has been collecting information about demand-side management (DSM) program performance to answer powerful questions about the industry as a whole. We're addressing big-picture questions about our industry by taking a data-driven approach to industry analysis and benchmarking.