Home Energy Management Systems Workshop

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Claire Miziolek
Address of Training: 
The Conservation Center
54 Portsmouth Street
Concord, NH 03301
United States

With all the questions people have been asking about the Home Energy Management industry, REPA is offering an informative HEMS training. We are pleased that Claire Miziolek of Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership (NEEP) is bringing the HEMS Workshop to REPA NH on September 13.NEEP is providing an advanced and consolidated version of their HEMS workshop being held in CT on Sept 20 exclusively for our REPA NH Chapter. Attend this training and learn about the latest in the HEMS industry. Topics include:Findings from NEEP's Regional Market Transformation Strategy Report

  • Breaking down key barriers
  • Implementing priority strategies

HEMS For Low Income Households

  • The challenge
  • Program solutions
  • Policy solutions
  • Market solutions 

Alphabet Soup: X of HEMS, DR, & DER

  • HEMS integration with Demand Response
  • HEMS integration with Distributed Energy Resources

What do HEMS mean for the Utility? An Evolving Discussion

  • Is HEMS a widget?
  • Is HEMS an EM&V tool?
  • Is HEMS a means to another end?
  • Exploring the needs and roles for utilities in HEMS

About ClaireClaire Miziolek is the Market Strategies Program Manager at Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP). Her role is to help speed the adoption of efficiency solutions in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Claire manages NEEP's work in Consumer Electronics, Home Energy Management Systems, and Residential Lighting and is working to develop strategies and recommendations to bring these efficient technologies to broader scale and ultimately decrease the amount of energy homes and businesses use.Prior to joining NEEP, Claire was the Education + Outreach Programs Manager at GTECH Strategies, a non-profit social enterprise in Pittsburgh, PA. In this role, Claire helped lead community and regional energy efficiency and environmental initiatives including the county-wide ReEnergizePgh campaign. She is originally from Baltimore, MD. Claire holds a BA in Economics and Psychology from Cornell University.