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Promoting induction cooking to support residential efficiency and decarbonization
Essie Snell | April 15, 2021
Induction cooking is a proven yet fairly unknown technology that can help utilities meet both efficiency and decarbonization goals. And induction offers customers a slew of benefits, including better cooking performance, increased safety, and easy cleanup.
5 technologies and trends that caught our attention in 2017
Essie Snell, Monali Mujumdar, Andrea Salazar | March 26, 2018
Each year, the E Source tech team compiles a list of the technologies and trends that made waves that year. For 2017, our list includes whole-home renewable energy systems, lighting's role in DSM portfolios, M&V 2.0, CTA-2045, and advanced controls for small and midsize businesses.
Mind the gap: Taking a comprehensive look at plug load energy use
Essie Snell | November 30, 2012
Plug loads account for as much as 15% of all residential electricity consumption and 20% of commercial consumption. Unfortunately, it's hard to find good test data on how much power each plug load draws and what its associated energy consumption is. E Source sheds light on the problem.