Upcoming Events
Apr
24
Advanced Forecast Topics Workshop
24-Apr-2018
Austin, TX
Advanced Forecast Topics Workshop

The Advanced Workshop explores new areas of forecasting. Based on your responses to potential topics, the workshop includes a morning session on forecasting adoption of new technologies and their load impacts and an afternoon session covering AMI data applications and SAE peak. This hands-on workshop gives you a chance to build models that integrate new technologies, utilize AMI data, and explore SAE peak model issues through the following topics.

  • Overview – emerging technologies and impact on load
  • Modeling approaches: Trend Models, Bass Diffusion Models, and Economic return-based models
  • Forecasting technology impacts on system load and demand
  • AMI data – Challenges of putting it to use
    • Developing AMI based daily weather response models and comparison with monthly models
    • Using daily models for tracking forecast performance
  • SAE Peak Modeling – Develop a system peak model capturing trends in energy efficiency

This one-day workshop is prior to the Annual Energy Forecasting Meeting (EFG) on April 25-27 but meeting attendance is not a requirement for workshop participation.

Apr
24
Introduction to SAE Workshop
24-Apr-2018
Austin, TX
Introduction to SAE Workshop

The Statistically Adjusted End-Use (SAE) model is designed for developing long-term energy and demand forecasts and entails integrating end-use information into an econometric modeling framework. The approach is designed to explicitly capture the impact of end-use saturation and efficiency trends as well as economic conditions on long-term residential and commercial energy demand. SAE models can also be used for developing long-term peak demand forecasts. The workshop includes a detailed overview of the SAE modeling approach including. Attendees will build MetrixND Residential SAE models and explore how the SAE modeling framework can be used for evaluating alternative efficiency paths resulting from utility-sponsored energy efficiency programs.

This one-day workshop is prior to the Annual Energy Forecasting Meeting (EFG) on April 25-27 but meeting attendance is not a requirement for workshop participation.

Apr
25
15th Annual Energy Forecasting Meeting (EFG)
25-Apr-2018 - 27-Apr-2018
Austin, TX
15th Annual Energy Forecasting Meeting (EFG)
The 16th Annual Energy Forecasting Meeting brings you two and half days of topical presentations and discussions. General sessions include EIA presentations, economy and industry overviews and updates, demand-side planning, peak forecasting, long-term end-use forecasting and the SAE modeling approach. No matter where your area of forecasting interest lies, this meeting is an excellent forum to exchange ideas and hear about modeling concepts, data development, efficiency trends, and related issues from industry speakers. Peer presentations, roundtable discussions and industry expert presentations round out the agenda. Maximize your trip and sharpen skills by attending an optional one-day workshop prior to the meeting on April 24.

Itron @ World Gas Conference

25-29 June 2018
Walter E. Washington Convention Centre
Washington DC
Sharelynn Moore
Microsoft CityNext Smart City Expo 2016

Sharelynn Moore

European Utility Week

6-8 November 2018
Vienna, Austria
World Exclusive
OpenWay Riva LIVE at EUW

World Exclusive

Speaking Engagements

We're happy to share our point-of-view at industry events, tradeshows and more.
Keynote at DistribuTECH
Philip Mezey: The focus on the future

Keynote at DistribuTECH