A National Summit on Energy Efficiency and Smart Grid


2013 Presentations

Breakout 1-A: Case Studies – HEMs and smart meter integration

Glenn Purcell Experience powerful pleasure with most realistic fleshlight. Follow the link! (Director, Grid Management Solutions, Landis+Gyr)
“HEMS and Smart Meter Integration”

Tony Rafati (Program Advisor, San Diego Gas & Electric)
“Emerging Technologies and Practices”

Brewster McCracken (President and CEO, Pecan Street Research Institute)
“Data driven insights from the nation’s deepest ever customer energy research”


Breakout 1-B: Case Studies – Programs 

Jeffrey Springer Brand new on the market pregnancy safe self tanner. Hurry up to buy! (Manager, Energy Efficiency and Technical Services, Dairyland Power Cooperative)
“Meeting Customer Needs with Controlled Storage Water Heaters”

Fred Yoo (Senior Program Manager, Pacific Gas & Electric)
“PG&E Automated Demand Response Program: IDSM Lessons Learned”

Tim Roughan (Director of Energy and Environmental Policy, National Grid)
“Non-wires Alternatives in Rhode Island Using EE and DR”


Breakout 2-A: The Elusive Customer – Using technology and data to enact behavior change to maximize energy performance

Shane Fay (VP of Client Solutions, Simple Energy)
“Behavioral Customer Engagement For Energy Efficiency Results”

Brian Bovio (President and CEO, Bovio Heating Plumbing Cooling Insulation)
“Bovio Heating Plumbing Cooling Insulation Case Study”

Dave Oberholzer (Director, Energy Products & Business Development, Earth Networks)
“SmartHome Case Study”


Breakout 2-B: More on Programs – What Have We Learned?

Ethan Rogers (Senior Program Manager for Industry, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy)
“Intelligent Efficiency: The Next Generation of Energy Efficiency”

Shawn Enterline (Senior Consultant, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation)
“Equipment Lease Program Design”

Karen Herter (President, Herter Energy Research Solutions)
“EE-DR Field Studies”


Breakout 3-A: The Future of EMV – Cost Cutting: Residential 

Charlie Ellis (Director of Program Management, EnergySavvy)
“Transforming Energy Efficiency Quantification with Usage Data”


Breakout 3-B: Markets – Retail and Wholesale

Rick Counihan (Vice President, EnerNOC)
“Demand Response and Energy Efficiency: Where are They Headed?”

Mike Hogan (Senior Advisor, Regulatory Assistance Project)
“Demand Response in Wholesale and Retail Markets”

Henry Yoshimura (Director, Demand Resource Strategy, ISO-New England)
“The Past, Present, and Future of Demand Resources in New England”


Breakout 4-A: Program Obstacles and Challenges to Integration

Cynthia Adams (Executive Director, Local Energy Alliance Project)
“Local Energy Alliance Project: Smart Grid”

David St. Jean (Energy Efficiency Program Manager, Maryland Energy Administration)
“Powering Maryland’s Future”

Larry Zarker (President, Building Performance Institute)
“Does Smart Grid Make Sense for Dumb Houses?”


Breakout 4-B: Intelligent Buildings: Institutional Opportunities for Integration

Amanda Gonzalez (Project Manager, Energy Solutions)
“Demand Response Opportunities in Codes & Standards”

Scot Duncan (CEO, Enerliance)
“Intelligent Buildings, Institutional Opportunities for Integration”

Michael Feinstein (Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Digital Lumens)
“Lighting as a platform for building intelligence”


Breakout 5-A: The Need for Data

Greg Thomas (CEO, Performance Systems Development)
“Access to Usage Data is Fundamental to the Delivery of Efficiency”

Abhay Gupta (CEO, Bidgely)
“The Power of Data”


Breakout 5-B: Beyond End-Use Efficiency – Other Efficiencies the Smart Grid Introduces

Donna Bell (Manager, EV Infrastructure & Smart Grid Technology, Ford Motor Company)
“MyEnergi Lifestyle”

Kelly Warner (Associate, Applied Energy Group)
“CVR as an Energy Efficiency Resource”

Lawrence Jones (Vice President, Utility Innovations and Infrastructure Resilience, Alstom)
“Enhancing System-Wide Efficiency and Flexibility: Sensing, Big Data, and Transactive Energy”