Elizabeth Titus is Director of Research & Evaluation. She oversees research and technical assistance projects that elevate the quality and credibility of efficiency impacts, including facilitating a regional forum of thought leaders on the topic of evaluation, measurement and verification. She contributes to national efforts regarding standardizing energy information. She currently serves on the Publications Committee of the Association of Energy Service Professionals (AESP) and she is Secretary of the International Energy Program Evaluation Conference (IEPEC).
Previously she managed multistate a broad range of research and protocols studies that were sponsored under NEEP’s EM&V Forum. Before joining NEEP in 2000, Elizabeth was Senior Analyst at National Grid (formerly NEES) where she conducted and managed energy planning and program evaluations, including evaluation of the retail access (restructuring) pilot. Before that she consulted on energy and electric utility issues with Tellus Institute and with SAIC, supporting the U.S. DOE Energy Information Administration (EIA) Office of Statistical Standards. Prior to beginning her career advancing energy issues, she worked on water-related issues for the U.S.G.S., Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Occoquan Watershed Monitoring Laboratory, and a Vermont Regional Planning Commission.
Elizabeth holds a B.A. in Biology and Environmental Studies from Williams College, an M.A. in Regional Science from the University of Pennsylvania, and an M.A. in Management from Lesley University.