Seattle City Light launched a new Pay for Performance Program in 2018 to commercial customers. The program uses a unique M and V approach to measure energy savings over a 3 or 5 year period of performance. Two of the largest projects will be described along with early results. The program will greatly move Seattle buildings to become more energy efficient with easily verified savings.
Energy Management Analyst
Seattle City Light
Benjamin Levie, Ph.D., P.E., C.E.M has been at Seattle City Light for 2 years and leads a team of engineers, architects, and business specialists to provide incentives for demand side management efficiency projects. The utility is committed to supporting some of the most stringent and successful commercial energy efficiency programs in the country.