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Are Implementers and Evaluators Missing the Forest for the Trees? Winning the Battle and Losing the War from Embedded Energy Use and Location (Abstract Only)

Date Published: January 1, 2005     Document Type: Conference publication

In this paper, we argue that while it is important to continue to evaluate programs as we have in the past, we also need to expand our focus to a meta-systems or societal level. Solutions leading to energy efficiency are embedded in a context. The goal of this paper is to discuss issues that arise when taking into account the larger societal context and to discuss the need for evaluators to broaden the scope of their thinking and to bring to bear their skills to influence local, regional, national, and international policies to reduce societal energy use. (Abstract only)

Estimating The Energy Savings Potential For Low-Cost, Easy-to-Implement Measures In County Government Offices (Abstract Only)

Date Published: January 1, 2003     Document Type: Conference publication

Local government offices are a ubiquitous, but too often overlooked market for an energy efficiency program. This paper presents first-year results from the market potential analysis and evaluation of the Local Government Energy-Efficient Product Procurement Program (GEEP-NY), funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). (Abstract only)