The Johnson Consulting
Group and Team members, under the guidance of
the Parties Working Collaboratively (PWC),
developed a new approach to deliver
weatherization program elements in a consistent
manner throughout the state.
The Arkansas Public Service
Commission approved the TRM V 4.0 developed by
the Independent Evaluation Monitor (IEM) led by
the Johnson Consulting Group.
News Release: ACEEE reports Massachusetts
Tops California as Most Energy-Efficient State,
While Arkansas, D.C., Kentucky, and Wisconsin
are Most Improved.
Idaho Power Company:
Group, assisted by Gregg Eisenberg, Eisenberg
Energy, are completing process evaluations for
Idaho Power's Shade Tree Project and Home Energy
Johnson Consulting Group Team consisting of
Apex Analytics, Mesa Point Energy, Eisenberg
Energy, and GSM Development, have reviewed and
filed comments on the EM&V Reports prepared for
Ameren Missouri and KCP&L's Greater Missouri
Katherine will be conducting
several in-depth process evaluations to explore
specific issues involving the Commercial and
Industrial (C&I) programs offered by the Maryland electric
Utility Advisory Board, Winter Park Florida;
Katherine, now in her fifth year of serving on
the board, was elected Chair. She is currently
working with the municipal electric and water
utility to develop more proactive strategies to
promote energy and water conservation and rebate
programs to City residents.
AESP Brown Bag: Katherine participated as a
panel member on the topic of
Learned in Developing
Capabilities offered by the
Association of Energy Services Professionals.
Link here for presentation.
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Johnson Consulting Group continues to work on a variety of
new and exciting projects promoting energy efficiency
programs across the U.S. and Canada. These opportunities
include helping utility staff learn more about ways to
promote energy efficient technologies as well as
expanding our work in energy efficient program design
and evaluation. We look forward to helping our
clients design, implement and deliver effective energy
efficiency programs during these exciting and
challenging times in the DSM industry.
Since our work involves both residential and commercial
customers in publications of all sorts, we want to
highlight the analytical nature of what we do, without
being too intimidating.
We are a professional yet approachable group; you'll get
top notch analysis and good ideas, but you don't need to
be a rocket scientist to read and fully understand our
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