Energy efficiency programs have made substantial gains in conservation and demand reduction.
This success is leading to new challenges for utilities, consumers, and regulators to keep the momentum and continue to deliver improvements.
Energy Efficiency programs are facing new challenges
Political priorities and goals are changing
States are increasingly active and are rethinking their plans
Even incentive plans with successful track records cannot maintain historic gains.
Enovation has worked successfully with Private Equity clients on more customer-centric, holistic solutions, and next generation plans to inform investment strategies going forward
Energy Efficiency is entering a new stage
Existing programs have reached the saturation point and are now experiencing diminishing returns
Distributed energy technology deployments are rendering established models obsolete
Needs among segments are diverging. The largest customers are establishing their own programs.
Enovation has helped electric utilities identify new access points into the marketplace beyond the traditional conduits to include new customers, new markets, and new methods of outreach.
Demand Side Management (DSM) participation is less certain
Incentive design and implementation has become more complex
Planners are challenged to identify new targets and measurements
Enovation has worked with utilities to define more meaningful targets and measurements with customer-centric designs that win the approval of regulators.
Enovation Partners offers insight driven solutions
Extensive research in energy efficiency and data modeling
Forefront of distributed energy and storage analytics
For more information contact: Jeff Crittenden