Cost Effectiveness of EE Programs Workshop for Utilities| previous page
Cost Effectiveness of Energy Efficiency Programs Workshop for Utilities
Steve Schiller, Senior Advisor, Electricity Markets and Policy Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, Calif.
Steve Schiller has 30 years of experience in the energy industry with a focus on demand-side energy efficiency, renewables and independent power. His career has included senior management, engineering, research and project management roles. Steve has overseen the development and administration of energy programs in more than a dozen states and in other countries for utilities, local, state and federal government agencies and organizations such as the World Bank. Steve currently supports several research projects in the EMP Group and is also providing technical assistance services in several states through the EMP Group, with funding from the Department of Energy's Office of Electricity. This work involves developing DSM strategies and infrastructures for states that are starting up, ramping up or updating their energy efficiency efforts. Steve holds mechanical engineering degrees from the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Michigan. He is also a registered mechanical engineer in California.
Aimee Skrzekut, Director of Programs
Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, Chicago, Ill.
Aimee Skrzekut engages in strategic planning and program development to successfully launch and administer MEEA programs including commercial and industrial, residential, education and training. Aimee has more than 18 years of experience in management, finance, strategic planning, outreach, staffing, program and resource development. She is passionate about green innovations, strategies and programming. Her background is diverse including launching a green business start-up, working internationally to assist in the development of a women's health initiative in rural Nicaragua, running a national center at the largest non-profit association in the world (American Bar Association) and conducting targeted outreach on behalf of a state environmental agency (Illinois EPA). In addition to her work at MEEA, Aimee serves as president of the Association of Energy Services Professionals, Chicago Chapter. Aimee obtained her master's degree in political studies and her bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Illinois.
Snuller Price, Partner
Energy and Environment Economics (E3), San Francisco, Calif.
Snuller Price leads E3's energy efficiency and climate policy practices. He has more than 15 years of experience supporting utility, state and federal government clients with energy efficiency and resource planning. He is an expert in the economic assessment of distributed resources including distributed generation, co-generation, renewable energy, demand response and energy efficiency. He is the lead developer of several utility financial tools that compare alternative distribution and transmission plans for financial risk and uncertainty, and evaluate distributed resources. Snuller has a master's degree in engineering economic systems from Stanford University and bachelor's degrees in engineering and economics from Swarthmore College.
The agenda includes a morning and afternoon break. Beverage and snack vending machines are available in the Foss Building. Coffee will be provided in the meeting room.
A 90-minute lunch break provides ample time to grab a bite at a nearby restaurant, network with fellow attendees and check email and voicemail.