Trends in Residential Electricity Use: Eco-feedback, Load Flexibility, & Grid Interaction

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Trends in Residential Electricity Use: Eco-feedback, Load Flexibility, & Grid Interaction

March 17, 2021
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Please join us for our online conference on trends in residential electricity use in the United States.

Speakers and topics:

Comprehensive Electric Load Optimization - Emerging Strategies for a New BTO Subprogram
Wyatt Merril, Technology Manager, DOE Building Technologies Office

Residential electricity conservation in response to auto-generated, multi-featured eco-feedback designed for large scale applications with utilities
Christoph Meinrenken, Research Scientist, Earth Institute & Data Science Institute, Columbia University

Effective communication strategies for motivating energy efficiency​​​
Erez Yoeli, Research Scientist at MIT’s Sloan School of Management

Using feedback in residential energy and microgrid retrofits (EcoBloc)​​​​
Therese Peffer, Program Director, California Institute for Energy and Environment, UC Berkeley; Co-chair, BECC Conference

Load flexibility in the multi-family sector​​​​​​
Vijay Modi, Professor, Mechanical Engineering; Columbia Data Science & Earth Institutes; Director, Quadracci Sustainable Engineering Lab (QSEL)

U.S. building energy efficiency and flexibility as an electric grid resource
Aven Satre-Meloy, Computational Research Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab