Call for Articles - Managing the Future of Energy Efficiency - [Energy Central Special Issue Series]
- Jun 20, 2022 12:49 pm GMT
This item is part of the Energy Efficiency - July 2022 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more
The growing profile of power demand on the grid seems inevitable thanks to growing populations, surging industrialization, increasing digitalization with more complex computing needs, and so much more. The utility sector has focused on specific projects to help support the ever-growing demand. Projects that have recently come to the forefront are clean generation, the modernization of the grid, and perhaps arguably one of the most critical - the implementation of energy efficiency programs.
Over the years, utility energy efficiency programs have undergone notable evolutions, including everything from smart meters to more efficient equipment to customized variable rates. As the coming years bring more electrified buildings and transportation, these needs will only become paramount, and that's what motivated Energy Central to focus our July Special Issue on "Managing the Future of Energy Efficiency."
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