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Solving the energy trilemma

Jonathan Farland

Jonathan Farland

Jonathan Farland is a Senior Analyst for DNV GL in the Policy, Advisory, and Research group. He serves as the lead analyst on quantitative and qualitative studies which focus on electric vehicle market penetration, measuring the impact of behavioral energy efficiency programs, understanding the relationship between weather and load, as well as the research and development of novel load forecasting models. To join Mr. Farland’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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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 achievi ...

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Competitive advantage from predicting the who, what, and where of future energy demand

Competitive advantage from predicting the who, what, and where of future energy demand

If you were to participate in an energy market, how much money could you save if you were able to predict not only what the future demand of energy would be, but also where it would be demanded? Even better, what if you knew exactly who was going to ...

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