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Tiina Aardemae

Tiina Aardemae

Tiina Aardemae is a senior engineer with DNV GL, and has been working in energy efficiency and sustainability since 2009. Her experience includes energy efficiency program design and implementation, quality management systems, data management (standardization, verification, quality control, and dashboard reporting), and software product management. She is also a Quality Management Systems Auditor, LEED® Accredited Professional and a Certified Scrum Product Owner®. Prior to joining DNV GL, Ms. Aardemae worked as a distribution grid engineer and utility customer project manager. Outside of work, Ms. Aardemae enjoys racing bicycles, exploring mountainous regions, and thinking about water and energy. To join Ms. Aardemae's professional network on LinkedIn click here.

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The utility's role in zero energy and resiliency

The utility's role in zero energy and resiliency

At the past two Conference of Parties (COP 21 and 22), worldwide goals are being developed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, plan for extreme weather events, and pave the way for affordable and clean energy communities. Policymakers, city planners, ...

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Data-driven approaches to minimize risk and shape energy efficiency programs

Data-driven approaches to minimize risk and shape energy efficiency programs

The utility world is data driven, and lots of interesting stories can be told using that data. Here at DNV GL, we’ve been running energy efficiency incentive programs on behalf of utilities in more than a dozen different states spanning over 20 yea ...

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