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Alexander Novie

Alexander Novie

Alex Novie has been working on DSM program design and implementation with DNV GL (formerly KEMA Services, Inc.) since 2008. His experience includes market segmentation analyses; energy policy research; case study and technical writing; website content management; trade ally program development and evaluation; research on emerging industry trends; program business analytics; and a go-to client resource for Spanish-speaking customer relations and events. He has worked on a variety of projects that investigate the economic, environmental and social dynamics of sustainability in private, non-profit, government, academic fields. He has a BA in International Relations with an emphasis in environmental economics and policy. He is completing his Master’s degree in Urban Studies (Fall 2014), with a field area of Qualitative & Quantitative Approaches to Sustainability.

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Sociodemograpics and Sustainability: Value Propositions in DSM Programs

Sociodemograpics and Sustainability: Value Propositions in DSM Programs

Demand Side Management (DSM) programs provide utilities with established pathways to engage customers through a variety of value propositions to reduce energy costs and positively contribute to environmental sustainability. As DSM programs mature, ex ...

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The importance of demographic segmentation to demand side management programs

As energy efficiency programs mature, implementation contractors and utilities must engage a wide variety of customers with historically low participation in demand side management (DSM) programs, and tailor program offers accordingly. This requires ...

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