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Market Impact of the ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guides: Presentation of Final Results
Claire Cowan and Scott Schuetter present results from this analysis conducted on behalf of ASHRAE. The assessment focuses on the guides for small office buildings, small retail buildings, K-12 schools, and small warehouse/self storage facilities.
Also see the final report: Evaluation of the Market Impact of the ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guides.
Uncertainty, real options, and industrial energy efficiency decisions (paper and presentation)
The Energy Center's Research Director Steven Kihm presented a paper on the use of real options in industrial energy efficiency decision-making at the 2009 ACEEE summer study on energy efficiency in industry conference in Niagra Falls, New York. The paper was co-authored by Claire Cowan.
Habits, Adjustments, or Acquisitions: What Behaviors Will Minnesotans Change to Stay Above Average?
At the Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference (November 2009), Scott Pigg and Ingo Bensch presented preliminary findings from a field study that points to untapped opportunities for residential energy savings.
Midwestern Governors Association Jobs and Energy Forum (October 6, 2009)
Susan Stratton presented information supporting the Midwestern Governors Association recommendation to adopt a standard that captures two percent savings annually from energy efficiency for the region.
Integrated Energy Communities: Making a Plan
At a forum at Northland College, Ingrid Kelley discussed the idea of integrated energy communities. (Thursday, November 1, 2007, Ashland, WI)
Organizational Background and Integrated Energy Communities
At a forum at Northland College, Joe Kramer discussed the idea of integrated energy communities. (Thursday, November 1, 2007, Ashland, WI)
Building Industries of the Future in Our Own Back Yard: Presentation
The State of Wisconsin is using the US DOE's Industries of the Future strategy as model for a public benefits funded program to help energy intensive industries within the state. This presentation summarizes the Wisconsin experience with the metal casting and forest products industries, and also tells where Wisconsin is headed.