The world of energy is rapidly changing, and energy efficiency must adapt as a viable resource. In this webinar, Carmen Best, Director of Policy & Emerging Markets at Recurve (formerly OpenEE) will review some of the historic pillars of energy efficiency policy and explore key transitions necessary for success in the future.
Transparent quantification of changes in energy consumption, performance based accountability and large scale financing enable us to expand energy efficiency. The presentation will include examples of how meter-based quantification (policy and practices) and performance-based models for program design (P4P) are creating a critical pathway for transforming how distributed energy resources like energy efficiency can be procured and financed.
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Carmen Best, Director of Policy & Emerging Markets, Recurve
Carmen is supporting the growth of meter and performance based energy efficiency across the country through Recurve. Prior to joining Recurve, Carmen spent several years at the California Public Utilities Commission. While there, she brought the findings and insights from evaluation to statewide energy policy through demand forecasting, integrated resource planning and overall improvements in the deployment of energy efficiency. Her work continues in these areas but from an exciting new vantage point. Recurve connects the dots between efficiency, electrification, renewable energy, and distributed energy resources to enable demand flexibility as a market-based procurable resource. Carmen has supported Recurve in the creation of transparent methods and open-source software to revolutionizes the way energy efficiency is measured, deployed and procured. The Recurve Platform provides leading utilities, regulators, and aggregators with a secure, scalable, SaaS solution that enables markets for demand flexibility as a resource.