Emily H. Morris

Senior Consultant


Emily H. Morris is a skilled researcher and data scientist with experience in impact evaluation, market research, and resource planning. She is passionate about helping clients get the most from their data to inform smart decision-making. Emily is a trained economist who has led benefit-cost analyses to prove that energy efficiency, demand management, and demand response spending is often a better financial investment than building traditional capital assets like substations and transformers. She has also led regulatory reporting efforts for whole energy efficiency portfolios and billing analyses for lighting, heat pump, and home energy report programs. Trained in economics and environmental studies, Emily is adept at answering research questions that explore the space between the two. When Emily is not diving deep into datasets, you can find her enjoying vegetarian restaurants around Wisconsin and her home state of New York.


Emily is located in Madison, WI.

Related Resources

Best Practices in Health and Energy Programs

Join ILLUME Director, Dr. Liz Kelley and Senior Analyst, Emily Morris as they discuss best practices in health and energy programs to help us answer the question: How are utilities and program administrators thinking about and exploring the health and energy nexus?
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ComEd Disadvantaged Communities (DACs) Study Report

In response to the goals outlined in Illinois’ Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (CEJA), ComEd is developing initiatives for workforce development, electrification, resiliency, and the renewable energy transition – and seeks to do so in a way that equitably addresses and works to correct historic environmental injustice. ComEd enlisted ILLUME to perform a study to inform both its implementation strategy of CEJA’s goals. This report summarizes the analysis, findings, and recommendations from this study.
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More Data and More Questions: Refining Both to Boost Residential Energy Program Participation

This session, presented at BECC 2023, will present best practices in dashboard-driven decision-making.
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