Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, working with the U.S. Department of Energy's Building Technologies Office, is hosting a free webinar on November 1, 2018, to discuss recent research on the time-sensitive value of energy efficiency.
David Nemtzow, Building Technologies Office
Natalie Mims Frick, Berkeley Lab
Judd Boomhower, University of California San Diego
Snuller Price, Energy and Environmental Economics (E3)
Edward Burgess, Strategen Consulting
Time: 10 – 11:30 a.m. Pacific (1-2:30 p.m. Eastern), November 1
The value of energy-efficiency measures varies with the physical and operational characteristics of the utility system, which in turn vary considerably based on the time periods during which the savings from the measures occur (as well as other factors, such as location). Speakers will discuss several topics related to the time-sensitive value of efficiency including:
- The importance of time-sensitive value of efficiency in Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings
- Recent DOE-funded research on the time-sensitive value of efficiency
- Research on the value of efficiency in four wholesale electric markets in the U.S.
- Use of time-sensitive valuation of efficiency in cost-benefit analysis in California
- Analysis of current and forecasted values of efficiency in Arizona