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March 2023

In the next episode of our podcast series, Current, Anne speaks with each member of the Executive Team about their new roles, and what it means for the future of ILLUME and our clients. Listen to Growing to Meet the Change: Episode 2 on your favorite podcast app today.

March 2023

In the third installment in this series written by Yasmeen Chanes, read about how new ILLUME Graphic Designer, Dorsey Kaufmann, joined the ILLUME-iverse. In this inspiring blog, you’ll learn about Dorsey’s background, her passions, and her journey to become part of the ILLUME team.

March 2023

ILLUME is hiring data scientists, building scientists, and engineers! We are hiring folks interested in measuring and creating impact through their work. Apply today!

March 2023

In Episode 1 of this two-part podcast series, ILLUME Founders, Anne Dougherty, and Sara Conzemius discuss how ILLUME is prepared to meet the changes facing the energy industry.

March 2023

ILLUME investigated the market actors that have the power to influence electrifying the residential sector to better understand the barriers that exist for market transformation and the intervention opportunities available. Read our findings in this case study.

March 2023

This ILLUME white paper will build from the research and experience in three northeastern states to identify barriers to participation in energy efficiency programs for multifamily homes.

March 2023

In this article from our last Magazine, we talk about how heat pumps are writing their own electrification playbooks that have the power to drive the industry toward a more equitable and scalable decarbonization strategy.

March 2023

In this article from Volume IV of our Magazine, Anne Dougherty sits down with ILLUME evaluation experts Lisa LeBeau Obear and Pace Goodman to reflect on major changes in the energy industry and in our world and how analytics and evaluation tools can help us navigate these uncertain and challenging times, with customers at the forefront.

March 2023

In this blog, ILLUME Co-Founder, Sara Conzemius shares how she became an induction cooktop convert after being a gas stove lover for pretty much her whole life.

March 2023

Are you an experienced data analyst or consultant that is looking for a change? ILLUME flexible hours, unlimited PTO, and great benefits and we’re looking for new people to join our Team. Apply today.

March 2023

To reach our industry’s ambitious carbon reduction goals, technology has to work for the environment and for people. In this case study posted last year, ILLUME explores how integrated controls foster beneficial electrification and what contractors and residents need to adopt these technologies.

March 2023

As the need for demand management and reliability increases, how can we extend energy efficiency (EE) portfolios to increase demand impacts and improve reliability? In this Magazine article, learn more about how ILLUME helps our customers navigate the challenge of current and emerging grid constraints, the regulatory environment, and the EE portfolio mix intersection with a staged approach.

March 2023

ILLUME is continuing to grow and we are accepting applications for consultants with expertise in research and data analysis. Check out our Join Us page to see the positions we are hiring for!

March 2023

In the spirit of International Energy Efficiency Day, we share this 2019 blog written by ILLUME Vice President, Eileen Hannigan, about tapping into the culture of energy efficiency in small businesses.

March 2023

The sheer audacity of a moonshot challenge inspires motivation and passion in a way that a smaller goal never could. Are IIJA and IRA presenting the energy industry with a moonshot moment? Revisit this 2022 ILLUME Magazine article where we explore what’s possible when communities are given the resources needed to achieve what once seemed impossible.

March 2023

Amanda Maass is attending the ACEEE Hot Water Forum next week! If you are interested in learning more about ILLUME, Maass would love to meet you and your colleagues.

February 2023

ILLUME is looking to hire a Consultant or Senior Consultant with advanced expertise in using methodologies such as statistical modeling, engineering analysis, and other qualitative and quantitative research methods. If this sounds like your set of skills, apply today.

February 2023

ILLUME was commissioned by a utility client to conduct research on their customers, with a particular focus on renters, that are not participating in their programs to understand the barriers to participation. In this case study, read ILLUME’s recommendations for how the utility might extend its reach and engage those customers more.

February 2023

ILLUME Director, Alex Dunn will be participating in a webinar sponsored by the Wisconsin Public Utility Institute in two weeks. Listen in as she joins other presenters to discuss Affordability and the Energy Burden. Register today.

February 2023

Are you attending AESP next week? Be sure to catch Anne Dougherty, Lisa LeBeau Obear, and Leigh Michael as they present on meaningful and important topics. See you in New Orleans!

February 2023

If you are interested in becoming a part of a highly collaborative and creative problem-solving team, look no further. ILLUME is hiring and you should apply today.

February 2023

Are you attending AESP Annual 2023 in New Orleans this year? We hope to see you there and would love to connect.

February 2023

Do you enjoy nerding out on data, statistics, and analytics? Then you might be just the person we are looking for to join our team. ILLUME is hiring Consultants and/or Senior Consultants with advanced research experience in data science, building science, and/or engineering. Apply today.

February 2023

ILLUME is using our ground-truthing strategy to identify disadvantaged and vulnerable communities and understand what those communities care about to help alleviate energy burdens and build climate resiliency. Read this article from our 2022 Magazine to learn how ILLUME is helping the State of New York discern how billions of dollars of annual investments will be allocated to disadvantaged communities and how those benefits will be measured.

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