National Capital Area Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics
|Friday Sep 19 2014 Lunch with Speaker|
|Topic:||Distributed Generation and Energy Efficiency: Transmission Panacea or Utility Pain Point|
Boston based Michael Goldman will discuss the effects of increased energy efficiency (EE) activities and distributed generation (DG) construction on load forecasting, utility system planning and T&D construction.
Michael Goldman is a Senior Research Analyst at Northeast Utilities (NU) responsible for conducting economic and financial analysis of energy efficiency programs, integrating energy efficiency into load forecasts, and maintaining NSTAR Electric’s energy efficiency portfolio in ISO New England’s Forward Capacity Market. His recent efforts have focused on better understanding the nexus of energy efficiency, load forecasting, and system planning.
Prior to NU, Michael worked as a management consultant in the electric industry focusing on capital expenditure analysis in the generation, transmission, and environmental retrofit sectors. As a member of the Deloitte Federal Energy & Resources practice area, he spent time advising government clients on the financial impacts of energy efficiency on infrastructure and operating budgets.
His research has been published in Electric Light & Power, the Journal of Progress in Industrial Ecology, and USAEE’s Dialogue. He has been a featured speaker at the International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC), the Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP) national conference, ACEEE’s Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, and the American Academy of Arts & Science’s behavioral energy conference. He received an MA in economics and energy policy from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
|Date:||Friday Sep 19 2014|
|Time:||12:00 PM until 2:00 PM|
|Location:||Carmine's Restaurant, 425 7th St NW|
|Tickets:||Click to Register / Purchase Only 64 Places Open|
Student Members $5.00
Student Non-Members $5.00
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