As a data analyst on the Customer Energy Solutions team, Liza uses E Source’s tools and databases to report the latest program trends and provide best practices in program design. Liza focuses on helping utilities design cost-effective programs and identify the next generation of energy savings. Liza previously worked at Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corp., where she used geographic information systems to perform customer segmentation for energy-efficiency programs. Liza earned an MS in urban and regional planning, BAs in political science and international studies, a minor in Spanish, and a certificate in sustainability from the University of Iowa.
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Actions by the US Department of Energy may solidify the delayed implementation of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA), but the clock is still ticking on the cost-effectiveness and market availability for lighting programs.
As state and federal energy-efficiency policies are changing and measure baselines are rising, utilities are shifting their demand-side management budgets to find more cost-effective savings opportunities. In this report, we use data from E Source DSM Insights to track budget trends through 2020.
<p>Is your DSM portfolio ready for the US Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) compliance date? Learn more about a recently proposed rule, how it affects utilities, and how to make sure you’re prepared for the uncertainty that the future may bring.</p>
Using data from E Source DSM Insights, we analyzed average portfolio savings as a percentage of sales. Our infographic shows which utilities have achieved average annual energy savings of at least 2% and is an example of how E Source can help you benchmark your demand-side management portfolio.