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Karen Maoz

Karen Maoz

Karen Maoz holds a BS and M.SC. in Mechanical Engineering. She has been in the energy efficiency business for over 14 years. She has experience across demand side management ranging from portfolio planning, program design, implementation, and evaluation. She is currently involved in the enhancing existing services and development of new service offerings for our program design and implementation business mostly for the commercial and industrial sector.

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To deem or not to deem? That is the (valid) question.

To deem or not to deem? That is the (valid) question.

During the annual program planning and design phase, energy efficiency utility incentive program implementation teams have to consider how to balance risk and reward when determining whether measures should be custom or prescriptive. A utility and a ...

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Engaging small businesses and contractors in energy efficiency: program approaches for both

Engaging small businesses and contractors in energy efficiency: program approaches for both

In February, my colleague Steve Baab posted a blog discussing two different program delivery approaches for small businesses. In this blog, we will discuss two additional delivery approaches and how to maximize enrollment of small businesses to insta ...

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Intelligent Efficiency – Beyond the Components of Energy Efficiency

What is Intelligent Efficiency? Basically, IE connects the dots of all things energy using information and communication technology (ICT) to reduce energy consumption.  IE can be very localized—a single system or household—or expand to include a ...

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