Shannon Kahl

Senior Managing Consultant

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Shannon is a skilled project manager with more than 20 years of market research and data analysis experience. She had led numerous process and impact evaluations and market research projects for utilities and energy efficiency organizations during her tenure at ILLUME. Shannon excels at quantitative research, identifying insights, and keeping multiple tasks running smoothly. She has presented her work at many industry conferences including IEPEC, BECC, and PLMA. You can find Shannon out hiking, biking, or camping when she’s not digging deep into data to answer our clients’ critical questions.

shannon@illumeadvising.com

Shannon is located in Madison, WI.

Related Resources

Massachusetts EV Charging Station Program Evaluation Report: Program Year 1

In partnership with ERS and Dunsky, we share year 1 findings of National Grid’s EV Charging Station Program in MA. ILLUME led the process evaluation and longitudinal market study of changes in EV…

Natural Gas Water Heating and HVAC Installer Research Report

In their NEEA report, Alex Dunn, Liz Kelley, Shannon Kahl, Amanda Maass, and Andrew Mielcarek share their observations about the supply chain from research with Pacific Northwest HVAC and water-heating equipment contractors.

Statewide Commercial Behavior Segmentation and Potential Study

What is the behavioral intervention potential in Minnesota small businesses? And how do you get them to engage? Anne Dougherty, Eileen Hannigan, and Shannon Kahl answer those questions in this 2017 report.

Natural Gas Segmentation Study

Anne Dougherty, Amanda Dwelley, and Shannon Kahl studied the attitudes and behaviors of natural gas consumers in the Pacific Northwest. They explain their findings in their 2017 report for NEEA.

Northwest Ductless Heat Pump Initiative: Market Progress Evaluation Report #5

Co-authored by Sara Conzemius and Shannon Kahl. The fifth market progress evaluation of the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s (NEEA) Ductless Heat Pump Initiative assesses the Initiative’s progress in meeting its market transformation goals.