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Dan Waintroob

Dan Waintroob

This author no longer works for DNV GL. Dan Waintroob has more than 30 years of experience in the energy efficiency industry. His focus is on program design and implementation, the development and use of energy utilization and engineering data, and policy development. He started and managed a full range of DSM services including residential, commercial and industrial programs, and led the implementation of several large C/I programs in the East and Midwest.  To join Mr. Waintroob's prefessional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Achieving the next wave of market transformation with residential programs

Utility DSM residential managers have almost always faced the challenge of successfully and cost-effectively managing residential programs. They are, of course, a "mass market," and the transaction costs of getting customers to participate can often ...

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“The Real Cost of a Light Bulb”

As DSM professionals we now have a wide variety of channels to available to us to deliver the energy efficiency message. These can include social media (Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, et al.), direct and indirect contacts through various sales efforts, ...

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Utility demand side management and energy efficiency trends: “The times they are a-changin”

Those of us working on behalf of utility programs to move markets toward increased energy efficiency are facing a changing landscape of reduced energy costs, downward consumption trends, and older technology phase-outs (with the new ones not quite re ...

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