2015 – Long Beach, CA!

August 10-12 – Conference
August 9 – Pre-Conference Workshops
Hyatt Regency Long Beach
Room rate – $179 (includes free in-room WiFi)

Call for Abstracts now open!

Sponsorship Benefits
Conference Location

2013 Chicago Conference

Agenda with links to presentations
Pre-Conference Workshops 
Poster Summaries  
Attendee List


Synced Audio/PowerPoint Videos Available

If you were unable to attend the recent IEPEC held in Chicago or did not have the chance to order onsite here is your chance to order recordings of EVERY session. IntelliQuest Media captured 40+ sessions in crystal-clear digital audio synchronized with the speaker Presentations for a rich learning experience. The synced audio/PowerPoint videos give you every word and every slide as if you were sitting in the meeting room. It’s the perfect educational tool to refresh what you heard or to share with colleagues in a learning group. The synced videos are available via an online library. All files can be downloaded or streamed. MP3 audio files and PDFs of the handouts are available on DVD-ROM (online library is included). Order in the next few days and take advantage of the discounted onsite pricing!Click here to order!
Check out the Sample Library         

Get the IEPEC 2013 Mobile App…downloading is easy!

For iPhone (plus iPad & iPod Touch) and Android phones, visit your App Store or Google Play on your device and search for IEPEC 2013.          

For All Other Phone Types (including BlackBerry and all other web browser-enabled phones): While on your smartphone, point your mobile browser to http://m.core-apps.com/iepec2013 OR Scan the QR code! From there you will be directed to download the proper version of the app for your particular device, or on some phones, bookmark this page for future reference.          

Connect with Friends – to add your contact info:          

  1. Click on the settings gear in the top corner of the app
  2. Click on the “My Profile” button
  3. Fill out desired contact info – First name, last name, and email are required but the other fields are optional
  4. If an you would like to have your name and contact info listed in the app so others can communicate and send friend requests, flip the switch next to “Publish My Profile to Attendee list” (at bottom of page) to ON
  5. Then refresh the app (click the circular arrows in top corner) and your name will appear in the “Attendees” icon.

(more information and tips!)          

Evaluation Conference (IEPEC) is an annual professional conference for energy program implementers, evaluators of those programs, local, state, national and international representatives, and academic researchers actively working in the field of evaluation. The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for the presentation, critique and discussion of objective evaluations of energy programs.         

We periodically e-mail conference updates (such as when the location and date is selected, call for papers is issued, etc.) to professionals in the energy industry. If you currently don’t receive our e-mailings, but would like to, click here to be added to the IEPEC mailing list.

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