Capturing Hidden Value Potential in Demand Response & Energy Efficiency Markets

22 May 2013 Wednesday 9:30am - 12:30pm EST

Meeting in New York


Firms working in efficiency and demand response, including building managers, utilities, and vendors of hardware and software, are experiencing a changing business landscape that brings both challenge and opportunity.  Industry paradigms are shifting such that it is no longer adequate to view sustainability through the lens of societal benefits alone. Multiple drivers dictate that increased business value is available through smart approaches to projects in efficiency, and demand response. Although the opportunity in these markets is clear and desired outcomes for building owners, utilities, and government agencies are not in question, the complex markets structured to motivate action make monetizing this value a complicated proposition. The result is often money left on the table and desired outcomes for all stakeholders not achieved. For firms serving the needs of this market, questions remain:
  • Where does DR figure in the cash flow picture of these projects?
  • Is R &D required to develop technologies to unlock market potential or do the primary barriers lie in market frictions/failures?
  • How do future trends dictate change…. and opportunity for those nimble enough to develop new strategies?
  • If the value proposition is clear (or intended to be), where is the information that people need in order to make sound business decisions? 
  • When financing is a critical requirement for projects to move forward, why are few private sector sources available? Who is comfortable assessing the revenue/risk profile in these projects? Is it necessary for state green banks to stop in?
A number of companies are looking at ways to incorporate this value into strategies for customer acquisition/retention, product/business development, and better ways to serve customer needs.
Come hear the perspective of innovators and analysts in this market as they discuss the opportunities in this growing and shifting business environment.


Liste des inscrits
49 personnes sont présentes à cette réunion, parmi lesquelles :
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New Light Energy Design
Lite Solar Corp
Sales & Design Manager
Lite Solar Corp
Sales & Design Manager
TRC Solutions
Energy Consultant
EDP Renewables
Business Development
New Light Energy Design
Project Director
Pregenesis Capital LLC
Member Manager
Snr VP of Power Systems
Bright Power, Inc.
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Joule Assets Inc.
Director of Sales
Sustainable Performance Cons
NYSERDA Outreach Project Consultant
Associated Renewabel
Supply Analyst
Petra Solar
Vice President Product Marketing
Director of Construction & Design
Seinergy LLC
Lakeview Group
Sustainable Energy Fund
Business Development Specialist
Deutsche Bank AG
Global Head Sustainability
Alternative Energy Analyst
TRC Companies, Inc.
Associate Project Manager
NewWorld Capital Group
Research Analyst
Barrett Capital Corporation
Managing Director
Director, Business Development
Clean Energy Finance and Inv
Senior Manager, Clean Energy Finance
New York Power Authority
Sr. R&D Engineer
Verde Energy USA
Corp Dev & Strategy
Verde Energy USA
Corp Dev & Strategy
President and CEO
Pratt Center for Community D
NYSERDA EDGE-Regional Outreach Contractor
Pratt Center for Community D
NYSERDA EDGE-Regional Outreach Contractor
Arup North America
Electrical Engineer
Greentech Media
TRC Energy Services
Senior Program Manager
Petra Solar
VP, Product Management
Build Efficiently LLC
Joule Assets
Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P.
Energy Associate
Petra Solar
Philips Research
Member Research Staff
Assistant Strategic Planning and Development Specialist
Clean Energy Finance and Inv
Manager, C-PACE
The Burns Group
Director of Energy Services
Joule Assets
Vice President, Marketing
Strategic Coordinator
Morningstar Ratings LLC
Vice Chair
San Francisco Public Utiliti
Resource Recovery Manager
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Liste des intervenants
Mike Gordon
Joule Assets
John Lembo
TRC Energy Services
Vice President
Scot Duncan, P.e.
Katherine Tweed
Greentech Media
Senior Writer