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Mike Mernick discusses the growth of EE, and AESP

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John meets with Mike Mernick, Senior Vice President of Commercial Energy at ICF and discuss Mike's time with AESP and EE and their growth.  Podcasts from December 2018. 

Mike Mernick’s Top Three PROSpectives:

  • Utilities have to change the perception that they are slow moving, and this will create tremendous opportunity for innovation.
  • For those seeking a job in energy and a meaningful career as well, there are many opportunities with for-profit organizations that are committed to making a difference.
  • Compared to its early days when EE had to justify itself, today, it has become an important component in most utility planning and investment strategies.

 

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Matt Chester on March 14, 2019

Really really like this point:

"Compared to its early days when EE had to justify itself, today, it has become an important component in most utility planning and investment strategies."

Just having an EE program is no long enough to set utilities apart, that's the norm-- now it's about the most innovative and effective programs, and rightfully so!

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