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You have a beautiful program in your hands – planned and executed. Now it’s time to measure the energy impacts that can confidently be attributed to your program. The importance of attribution is easy enough to understand but the methods are an entirely different story. What is Net-to-Gross, spillover, free ridership and market effects anyway…and how do they all interact in calculating NTG? Baffled? Don’t be.
*Attendees must earn 70% or higher on the final course test in order to earn 0.4 CEUs.
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Senior Advisor, The Cadmus Group
M. Sami Khawaja provides statistical and economic consulting services to clients across the energy industry. He has nearly 40 years of experience providing thought leadership through frequent publications and conference presentations. He conducts training workshops on topics such as evaluation, cost-effectiveness, program design, planning, and statistical modeling to clients throughout the United States and Canada as well as for clients in Thailand, Jamaica, Libya, and Jordan.
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