Using Available Information for Efficient Evaluation of Demand-Side Management Programs
Mary M. Straub and
The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 7, 83-96
Given the large financial investments required for DSM initiatives, it is important to have reliable and verifiable estimates of energy and demand impacts. Effective evaluation is critical to determine if programs are meeting their objectives, to determine the costs and savings associated with the programs, and to suggest improvements in program design and delivery, especially as markets and technology change.
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