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Christopher Dyson

Christopher Dyson

Christopher Dyson is a Senior Consultant with DNV GL with over 15 years experience evaluating a wide variety of energy efficiency and demand response programs. He has particular expertise in process evaluations of all program types and net-to-gross analyses and market effect studies for C&I and residential lighting programs. He also has considerable experience in market assessments of multifamily and lighting markets and best practices for process evaluations of direct load control programs. He is currently involved in program evaluations in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, and the Tennessee Valley Authority service territory.  He works out of DNV GL’s Madison, Wisconsin office. 

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Perfect Strangers: Evaluators Working with Implementers

Perfect Strangers: Evaluators Working with Implementers

The Problem The implementers of energy efficiency programs and the people who evaluate these programs are frequently at odds. Too often these relationships are fraught with distrust and disappointment. One common reason is that evaluators are ofte ...

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How do the differences between utilities affect energy efficiency program outcomes?

How do the differences between utilities affect energy efficiency program outcomes?

Why does the same energy efficiency program design produce different results in different utility service territories? That question has often puzzled program evaluators. A simple explanation might be that Utility A has done a better job than Utility ...

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