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Efficient Reading: Monthly Digest of Insights Shared by Your Peers in the Energy Central Energy Efficiency Group – November 4, 2021

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Programs promoting energy efficiency for utility customers, for grid infrastructure, and wherever it else applies in the utility business is one of the truest win-win operations in the sector. Customers always strive to find ways to reduce energy use and thus bills, and utilities see increased efficiency as a cost-efficient and quick pathway to ensuring supply and demand remain in striking distance of each other without the costly headache of new generation. New technological solutions and innovative leadership continues to open new energy efficiency doors, so the Energy Efficiency Group on Energy Central seeks to keep you fully and completely informed.

 

Energy Efficiency Story – Three Examples

Todd Pistorese

Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/energy-efficiency-story-three-examples

Energy efficiency is best understood with real examples, so I really appreciated this contribution from Todd Pistorese, CTO of Supercapacitor Energy, LLC, that talked about various ways specific in-practice, in the field installations were enhancing the energy efficiency story. Check it out for yourself.

 

From Rome to Glasgow

Norbert Vasen

Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/rome-glasgow

The big headlines this week are coming from Glasgow at COP26 (see Energy Central’s special hot topic tag for all related content here), and Norbert Vasen astutely points out how energy efficiency must be a part of this story in the climate fight, at COP26 and beyond. See his argument at this article.

 

Performance as the solution for the future of Energy Efficiency

Mario Iusi

Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/o/sensorsuite/performance-solution-future-energy-efficiency

Lastly, we must always remember that planning for energy efficiency is one thing, but putting it into practice is what’s really important. Evaluating the actual performance of energy efficiency measures, notes Mario Iusi, EVP of SensorSuite, is just as if not more critical. Read his take on the importance on performance in this great piece.

 

 

This wraps up another edition of ‘Efficient Reading.’ Check back in this spot in four weeks to see what submissions have captured the attention of our community. And if you think there are stories I’m missing—let me know in the comments, or better yet submit an article on those stories so it can be included in the next issue. Make sure you don’t miss out on these shared insights in the future.

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