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The year 2016 was tumultuous for energy efficiency. From public-policy initiatives like cannabis legalization to the emergence of smart home devices, the quick pace of change means energy professionals need to keep on their toes to avoid confusion and ensure they’re meeting efficiency goals.

In our e-book, Six Technologies and Trends That Challenged Energy Professionals in 2016, we’ve hand-picked some trends and topics that tested energy professionals in 2016 and beyond and identified ways to meet them head-on.

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Board Member, Senior Fellow

Jay Stein is focused on expertise development, research skills development, quality control, new product development, and technology assessment....

Senior Manager, Customer Energy Solutions

Bryan Jungers conducts research on emerging, energy-efficient, and distributed energy resource technologies. His main areas of expertise lie in...

Lead Analyst I, Customer Energy Solutions Expertise Delivery Team

Essie Snell researches and assesses how emerging energy technologies and trends affect utilities and their strategies. He has published more than...

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In January 2019, Logan Jacobson began working as a content manager with E Source. Previously, she researched energy-efficient technologies...