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WEBINAR: April 12, 2018 -- Making Pay-for-Performance Work for Your Efficiency Business

 

The tools you need to succeed. You will learn how to use data and insurance to have confidence in savings, and how to access project finance to pay for upfront investments.

Presented Thursday, Apr 12, 2018, 1:00pm Eastern / 10:00am Pacific. 

This webinar provides the tools energy efficiency businesses need to succeed as aggregators in pay-for-performance, non-wires alternatives, and third party programs.

If you currently implement efficiency programs, deliver demand response, provide energy efficiency, control devices, install or manufacture energy products, this webinar is meant for you (but utilities and regulators might find it interesting too!).

Our panel provided a brief presentation that lays out actionable steps that you can use to develop profitable business models that take advantage of the new opportunities that are emerging in these markets. 

  • Learn how to use data to have confidence in savings and put together winning solutions that both serve your customers and provide value to utilities.
  • Develop a roadmap to investment-grade insurance products that are available today to insure energy savings yields.
  • Find out how to access the project finance you need to develop projects and implement business models.

The transition to performance-based efficiency is well underway, with opportunities in New YorkCaliforniaOregon, and Massachusetts. The tools you need to participate and succeed are in place, you just need to know how to access them.

PRESENTERS:

OpenEE: Matt Golden

OpenEE provides utilities and aggregators with a SaaS system that tracks and analyses energy savings in real-time. Our platform provides a turnkey solution that enables pay-for-performance markets, and provides aggregators with the tools they need to track savings, optimize service offerings, and qualify for financing and insurance.

Quantified Ventures: Dipa Sharif

Quantified Ventures is an impact investing advisory firm that simplifies the process of financing innovative and evidence-based environmental, health, and educational outcomes.

HSB Munich Re: Glenn Sansbury and David Tine

HSB Munich Re is a global insurance/reinsurance company that provides insurance products to backstop savings on energy efficiency projects and portfolios.