During the Fall and Spring semesters, EPIC presents the Energy Seminar Series with speakers from around the region. These experts share valuable information and their insight into trends and news that is related to energy. Seminars are FREE and are open to students, faculty, and the public.
Energy efficiency is an available, secure, and affordable resource, and globally it has the power to enhance the use of energy systems for widespread benefit. The panel of speakers at the EPIC Seminar on April 24, 2018, will examine the history of energy efficiency and its current progress in various sectors. They will evaluate the impact of efficiency on energy systems as well as on people, and they will assess the scale and outlook for future efficiency. Their comments will be widespread and will include best practices, trends, technologies, indicators, policy and price drivers, and the growing market for energy efficiency services.
Panelists will include energy efficiency experts from the American Council for Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).
Dr. Neal Elliott
Senior Director for Research, American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
Principal Technical Executive, Power Delivery and Utilization, Electric Power Research institute (EPRI)
Dr. Thomas (Tom) Reddoch is a Principal Technical Executive at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) in the Power Delivery and Utilization sector. His areas of responsibility include EPRI‘s consumer based activities known as utility customer facing programs. This does include particular programs such as Energy Efficiency, Demand Response, Electric Transportation, Customer Behavior, Analytics, Electrification, Distributed Generation, Energy Storage, and Power Quality. Over the past four years, he has a led a DOE initiative on education and training for developing the next generation of electric power engineers by working with universities and utilities.
Director, Environmental Sustainability Solutions, Atrium