Events - Energy Efficiency
Jennifer Weiss, Senior Policy Associate, will speak at the 2019 State Energy Conference of North Carolina. The State Energy Conference provides actionable insight into the business of energy, connecting technical innovation, diverse resources and industry opportunity to help drive North Carolina's regional energy economy forward with national impact.
Yueming (Lucy) Qiu, assistant professor in the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland College Park, will present "Quantifying the Rebound Effects of Residential Solar Panel Adoption" on Friday, December 7.
Jennifer Weiss, senior policy associate at Duke University's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak during the North Carolina Energy Efficiency Policy Roundtable Discussion at the 2018 State Energy Conference on Tuesday, April 17.
Etan Gumerman, a senior policy associate at Duke University Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak at the 2017 ACEEE National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31 in Litchfield Park, Arizona. Gumerman will serve as a panelist on the Energy Efficiency as a Resource session. He will discuss "How Much Energy Efficiency Should We Plan for in the Future: Energy Efficiency as a Supply-Side Resource in Electricity Modeling."
Sarah Adair, senior policy associate at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak on a panel focused on energy efficiency and Clean Power Plan compliance at the 2016 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings conference August 24.
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Sarah Adair, senior policy associate at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak at the 2016 SPEER Summit in Austin, Texas, March 29. Adair will be part of the plenary panel, "Energy Efficiency Opportunities in the Clean Power Plan," where panelists will discuss several avenues to include energy efficiency in a state plan.
David Hardisty, assistant professor of marketing at the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business, will present a talk titled "Tackling Temporal Tradeoffs in Energy Efficiency" at Duke October 31.
Energy efficient upgrades often cost more upfront, but save money and the help the environment in the long run. Unfortunately, consumers are often short-sighted and make inefficient choices. Hardisty will introduce an adaptive, iterative framework to tackle this problem, combining the insights of economics, psychology, and anthropology. He will then present a series of studies demonstrating ways to nudge consumers towards more energy efficient options, using various labeling techniques to make long-term costs more salient.
This talk is part of the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and the University Program in Environmental Policy seminar series featuring leading experts discussing a variety of pressing environmentally focused topics.
Graham Bullock, assistant professor at Davidson College, will present a talk titled "The Purveyors of Green: The Organizational Legitimacy of Eco-Labels and Sustainability Ratings" at Duke April 18.