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Richard Crowley

Richard Crowley

Richard Crowley is a consultant for DNV GL in the Policy, Advisory and Research group.  He has considerable industry experience with the extraction, structuring, and analyzing of energy industry data as well as market research survey design and execution.  He holds a certificate degree in geospatial analysis methods and has substantial practical experience using spatial analysis tools to help clients effectively evaluate the geographic components of their energy data.  Mr. Crowley holds a Masters of Environmental Management–Energy and Environment from Duke University and B.A. in Environmental Studies from Colby College. To join Mr. Crowley’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Conquering the data wilderness: practical considerations and solutions

Conquering the data wilderness: practical considerations and solutions

At the 2016 American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's Summer Study in Asilomar, I was part of an informal afternoon group session for... let's call us "data enthusiasts" ... around the challenges teams face trying to leverage data to impro ...

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The ETL process pays off for utility billing and tracking analyses

The ETL process pays off for utility billing and tracking analyses

Introduction Extract, transform, and load (ETL) is a fundamental process for managing billing and tracking data. Ralph Kimball, one of early practitioners to formalize many data warehousing concepts and best practices, says the ETL process is the ...

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Using geographic information systems (GIS) to identify energy efficiency opportunities

Geographic information systems (GIS) have experienced growing utilization in the energy sector for asset management and identification, grid analytics, and site analysis for distributed energy resources. Deploying GIS for energy efficiency is compara ...

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