Definition Sheet

Overview
CESIG

Due to the constant rise in energy prices, combined with regulatory changes and environmental issues, both electric and gas utilities must work to ensure that energy is consumed in an efficient and environmentally friendly manner as possible. Consumer pressure for energy cost reductions, together with energy availability and reliability issues are challenging the energy industry.

The main objective of the Customer Energy Solutions Interest Group (CESIG) is to assist energy providers, the related energy services industry, equipment manufacturers, and governments in helping consumers achieve energy and demand reduction through the development, demonstration and commercialization of customer energy solutions. Through the Interest Group, participants are able to create new products and energy streams, to develop new regulations, standards and guidelines for energy efficiency and DSM applications, as well as provide new technology solutions for customer problems.

Topics and Issues:

  • End Use Technologies
  • Customer-based DG and Storage
  • Demand Side Management
  • Information and Best Practices
  • Supporting Regulations, Codes and Standards
Program Services
  • Networking & Information Sharing

    • Annual face-to-face Business Meetings with webinar call-in options
    • 4-5 conference calls and learning webinars
    • Access to a network of ~1,000 electrical utility peers from around the world
  • Industry Benchmarking

    • Requests for Information where your questions or concerns are circulated to other group
      participants with rapid-fire response rates
    • Internal benchmarking surveys for state-of-the-industry intelligence
  • Collaborative Technical Projects

    • The flexibility to support only those projects which are relevant to your organization, meaning you know exactly, where your research dollars are going
    • Supported by CEATI management, participating utilities and consultants work together across all phases of a project’s life-cycle, ensuring your organization receives practical, high-quality deliverables
  • Unparalleled Return on Investment

    • Ability to split project funding costs with other organizations, resulting in highly-leveraged funding opportunities
    • Reduced pricing on published reports, training courses, and industry-open conferences
Project Portfolio
Webinars

Webinar Library

M&V 2.0: New Developments and Applications by David Jump of kW Engineering
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September - August, 2017
Heating Technologies by Climate by Alex Ferguson ofNatural Resources Canada
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March 2017 - November -0001
Smart Manufacturing
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July 2016
Mapping the renewable energy cooling resource for DSM programs for building cooling devices
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October 2015
The SaskEnergy AMI Solution
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March 2014
FortisBC's Commercial CNG and LNG Transit Applications
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November 2013
Electricity Data Access in Ontario: Coordinated adoption of the Green Button Standard
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October 2013
Cold Climate Heat Pumps
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October 2013
SEP2.0: IP for HAN
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September 2013
Building Performance Indicators Using EMS Data Acquisition and Analysis
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August 2013
Bonneville Power Administration’s Energy Efficiency Road Map
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July 2013
Utility Benchmarking of North American Airport Terminals
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June 2013
Overview of Home Energy Management Systems: Capabilities and potential
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March 2013
Upcoming Events
CESIG 2017 General Meeting
Attendance Open to Electrical Utilities   Request Invitation
October 2017 in Montreal, QC
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