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The Great American Eclipse & the Monolithic Forecast

The Great American Eclipse & the Monolithic Forecast

With respect to North American weather, the solar eclipse of August 21 (known as the “Great American Eclipse”) seems like ancient history.  And while its impacts on sensible weather were short-lived and modest, the Great American Eclipse had a p ...

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We're hitting program savings goals, now what?

We're hitting program savings goals, now what?

Many states across the country jumped on the energy efficiency bandwagon about five or ten years ago, and the results since have been impressive.  For example, in 2006, Illinois and Michigan ranked 26th and 33rd respectively in ACEEE’s energy effi ...

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Bottom-up energy forecasts that change with the times and adapt to the grid

Bottom-up energy forecasts that change with the times and adapt to the grid

Why do my time-tested and well-performing forecasts need to change? It’s sometimes said that load forecasting (especially in the short term) is essentially a “solved” problem. This false sense of success typically comes about from repeatedly a ...

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Next-generation demand response forecasting - increasing the accuracy and speed of your forecasts

Next-generation demand response forecasting - increasing the accuracy and speed of your forecasts

This author no longer works for DNV GL. Does this sound familiar? Your utility has demand response programs that shave peak when deployed, by between 40 and 80 MW total, depending on the day.  Some of this wide variation is due to weather diff ...

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