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Julia Vetromile

Julia Vetromile

Julia Vetromile is a chemical engineer specializing in energy efficiency in the industrial sector.  She  is an engineering team lead and project manager for Policy, Advisory and Research.  Recent projects include evaluation of industrial strategic energy management programs and managing commercial and industrial impact evaluations. She also manages our technical support project with the Department of Energy regarding the measurement and verification for Superior Energy Performance, the DOE program for certifying facilities for their energy performance improvements. To view Ms. Ventromile's professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Five ways to make the CPP EM&V guidance better

Five ways to make the CPP EM&V guidance better

EPA issued draft guidelines for evaluation, measurement, and verification (EM&V) of energy impacts of energy efficiency (EE) programs for public comment when it finalized the Clean Power Plan (CPP) in August. The guidelines are available for publ ...

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ACEEE Summer Study on Industrial Energy Efficiency: what's new in SEM

The 2015 ACEEE Summer Study on Industrial Energy Efficiency got off to a fast start as nearly 200 people connected in a network cafe, discussing why we are each so passionate about industrial energy efficiency in a series of small groups of new colle ...

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It’s time to move industrial energy efficiency beyond the rational economic model

The industrial manufacturing sector consumes one third of the world's energy. International studies have found a potential for improvement of 15 to 20% in industrialized countries, which represents significant opportunities for energy efficiency. ...

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