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Welcome to WAPA's Energy Services Program

Energy Services helps Western Area Power Administration customers get the most from their allocations. Our regional representatives are available to answer questions about integrated resource planning and to suggest technologies and strategies to help customers reach their load management goals. Learn more.

Presentations for the Utility Energy Forum available online

If you missed the excitement of the 39th annual Utility Energy Forum        in Cambria, California, or you just can't wait to borrow some of the "recipes" to try at your own utility, you can download the speaker presentations        now. Get started cooking up successful programs to meet your customers' needs today.

Agenda for Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange now available

Sept. 24-27
Aspen, Colorado

It is not too soon to be planning your attendance at the 13th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange            at Aspen Meadows Resort. The agenda            for the event has just been posted and it looks to be packed with informative sessions, exciting speakers and lots of networking opportunities. WAPA customers are instrumental in planning and presenting at RMUE so you can count on a schedule that speaks to your challenges and showcases utility programs and projects that have been tested in your backyard with customers just like yours.

Register to submit your annual IRP online

Submitting your annual integrated resource plan update is easier for Western customers with the online IRP data collection program. Register to use this standardized tool for annual integrated resource plan updates.

Like the compliance training program, the web-based system is designed to streamline the reporting process, increase customers' understanding of the IRP requirements and ensure a consistent review process.​​​​

  • North America Smart Energy Week
    Salt Lake City, UT - Starts: 9/23/2019
    North America Smart Energy Week is the largest gathering of solar, smart energy, energy storage and hydrogen fuel cell professionals in North America.
  • 13th Annual Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange
    Aspen, CO - Starts: 9/24/2019
    This event attracts about 150 utility and government staff as well as trade allies that provide products and services to support utility programs. The agenda focuses on utility best practices, case studies, and lessons learned.
  • The Ins and Outs of On-bill Financing
    Online, Web - Starts: 9/25/2019
    12-1:30 p.m. MT This webinar will provide an overview of how state and local governments around the country have used on-bill financing programs to increase implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy. This webinar is intended for all state and local governments, including those that have municipally-owned utilities and those that do not.
  • Energy Efficiency Day
    Online, Web - Starts: 10/2/2019
    A growing network of advocates, companies, government agencies, utilities and others will showcase the benefits of efficiency during the fourth annual Energy Efficiency Day.
  • Electric Vehicles: The single greatest price signal yet to move customers to TOU rates - and beyond
    Online, Web - Starts: 10/3/2019
    11 am MT This webinar will focus on using customer EV adoption to heighten engagement and overcome one of the greatest time-of-use rate challenges – weak price signal.
  • 2019 National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource
    Minneapolis, MN - Starts: 10/15/2019
    Held every other year since 2001, the “EER Conference” attracts a broad spectrum of energy industry stakeholders. Look for a robust discussion of the many issues facing utilities as they acquire and integrate this resource into their planning and operation.
  • Emerging Metrics and Valuation Approaches for Resource Programs
    Online, Web - Starts: 10/31/2019
    11 am MT Join AESP for a discussion of non-traditional valuation strategies and metrics that capture the non-energy benefits of utility programs, such as the social cost of carbon, alternative transportation, economic development and distributed energy resources. Hear about upcoming changes to the National Standard Practice Manual to guide non-traditional metrics.
  • Certificate of Excellence - Foundations of Impact Evaluation
    Waltham, MA - Starts: 11/3/2019
    AESP Institute is launching an in-depth training program on DSM program impact evaluation. This course covers the basics of the energy industry and demand-side management industry and the principles of program impact evaluation. Upon completing all necessary coursework and meeting other requirements, participants will receive AESP’s “Certificate of Excellence – Foundations of Impact Evaluation.”
  • Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference
    Sacramento, CA - Starts: 11/16/2019
    The theme of this year’s conference is “Scaling Up.” The need to mitigate climate change is more urgent than ever. BECC has been at the forefront of supporting behavioral research to address climate and energy issues for more than a decade.
  • AESP 30th Annual Conference & Expo
    Anaheim, CA - Starts: 2/16/2020
    The premier energy industry conference draws the top program managers, implementers, marketers, evaluators, policy makers, consultants and manufacturers in demand-side management, energy efficiency, demand response and IDSM. Highly regarded experts in their respective fields will lead sessions that cover a range of current topics in marketing, implementation, program design, technology, research, evaluation, diversity and more.
  • 2020 Rural Energy Conference
    Chicago, IL - Starts: 2/25/2020
    This dynamic one-day event will explore how energy efficiency and clean energy are increasing rural prosperity. Explore the power and potential of energy efficiency and clean energy to lower energy bills and improve the everyday lives of rural residents.
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