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Ally Webinar: Advanced Metering Initiatives and Residential Feedback Programs

September 14, 2010
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  • Energy efficiency has met 75 percent of the new demands for energy-related goods and services since 1970 while new energy supplies have met only 25 percent of those demands.
  • But energy efficiency remains a highly invisible success story.
  • Yes. . . “Science and technology can create much better choices.” (DOE Secretary Chu 2009)
  • But we won’t get there unless we bring people back into the process.
  • Among the means of integrating a people-centered process of smart technology adoption are a variety of feedback mechanisms.
  • The savings are bigger than generally perceived and more persistent than imagined.
  • Demand response programs will not generate as much cost-effective energy savings as programs designed for year-round savings.
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Ally Webinar: Advanced Metering Initiatives and Residential Feedback Programs

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