Tabitha Munson



Tabitha Munson is a Consultant with training in quantitative data analysis to assess the observed effects of policies and programs. Tabitha excels at quantifying and characterizing how people use resources in the energy industry through skills in statistical analysis, data coding, and qualitative interviews. A conservation biologist, Tabitha combines her statistical analysis training and passion for seeking innovative solutions to plan for an equitable, sustainable, and efficient energy future. Recently, Tabitha performed an independent analysis using secondary data to determine the economic effects of state-level greenhouse gas emission reduction targets in the United States. When she is not deep in analysis, she enjoys traveling and vegan cooking.

Tabitha is located in Tucson, AZ.

Related Resources

Behavioral Programs Come of Age: Analyzing the Savings from Recent Home Energy Report Program Studies

In this white paper presented at the ACEEE Summer Study in Buildings 2022 Conference, Tabitha Munson and Matt Galport, along with co-writers Kojo Quaye and Carolyn Sloane (Oracle Utilities) explore energy savings from home energy reports (HERs) and the influencing factors that influence overall impact evaluation results.
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Testing the Efficacy of Home Energy Reports: A Meta-Analysis of HER Program Evaluations

Drawing on statistical methods from biomedical research, ILLUME applied meta-analysis techniques to measure savings from home energy report (HER) programs to understand if HERs continue to be an effective source of energy savings for residential utility customers.
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