2015 – Long Beach, CA!

August 11-13  Conference
August 10 – Pre-Conference Workshops
Hyatt Regency Long Beach
Room rate – $179 (includes free in-room WiFi)

Call for Abstracts now open!
Submit an Abstract for a Panel

Before you submit, please read this: Abstract Instructions

And be prepared to characterize your submission by these options:

Is your submission about?

Behavior change,
Cost effectiveness/BC analysis,
Pilot programs,

Is the topic you are covering one of the following?

Codes and standards,
Direct installation,
Demand response,
Emerging technologies,
Financial incentives and financing tools,
Market transformation,
Upstream incentives,
Integrated policy and planning,

Would you suggest that your work focuses on:
Program and Policy Approaches,

Sponsorship Benefits
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Conference Sponsors

We would like to gratefully thank and acknowledge the following organizations, whose assistance and support are critical in helping to make the 2015 IEPEC conference a success. (Links to sponsor’s websites open in a separate window.) If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the 2015 Evaluation Conference, please contact the Conference Coordinator, Cara Lee Mahany Braithwait, at 608-231-2552.



Wirtshafter Associates, Inc.
Breakfast Sponsors

Student Scholarship Sponsors

Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to Jane Peters and Steve Schiller

The IEPEC Lifetime Achievement Award is selected through a peer nominations process and the final decision is made by  the IEPEC Planning Committee.  This person is someone who has consistently made significant contributions to the field of energy program evaluation. 

Past award winners include:

  • 2013 – Jane Peters, Research Into Action and Steven Schiller, Schiller Consulting
  • 2011 – Marian Brown, Southern California Edison
  • 2009 – Dr. Miriam Goldberg, KEMA, Inc.
  • 2007 – Shel Feldman, Shel Feldman Management Consulting
  • 2005 – Nick Hall, TecMarket Works
  • 2003 – Ed Vine, LBNL and Roger Wright, RLW Analytics
  • 1997 – Jeff Schlegel, Schlegel and Associates
  • 1995 – Ken Train, University of California-Berkeley
  • 1993 – Meg Fels, Princeton University
  • 1991 – Ken Keating, Bonneville Power Administration
  • 1989 – Eric Hirst, Oak Ridge National Laboratory