Ingrid Rohmund, leader of our Energy Analysis and Planning practice, directs projects in the areas of energy efficiency, demand response and load management that include market assessments, end-use forecasting, resource potential assessment, program design, business strategy, regulatory support and expert testimony. She has directed more than three dozen EE and DR potential/planning studies in the past four years for a broad set of clients including Seattle City Light, the State of Hawaii, PacifiCorp, TVA, Ameren and the State of New Jersey. Ms. Rohmund has over 25 years of experience modeling and performing statistical analysis of energy use at the national, regional, and utility service-area levels to understand how customers use energy today and to estimate how that is likely to change as a result of demographics, technology advances and innovation, building codes and equipment standards, and utility programs. In support of these analyses, she has executed dozens of large-scale market research efforts for utilities across the U.S. Ms. Rohmund has also directed development of several software tools, including our LoadMAP model, as well as end-use forecasting models, energy-analysis software, building simulation software and technology assessment software.
Ms. Rohmund received BA degrees in Economics and Political Science from the University of California at San Diego and an MBA degree from the University of California at Irvine.
Ms. Marrin, Senior Project Manager manages and participates in consulting projects, DSM program evaluation, demand response potential analysis, and load research and forecasting. She has nine years of industry experience, including for years as a load research analyst at Southern California Edison. Ms. Marrin also manage s, conducts research and authors reports for publication as part of the Global Energy Partners Load Analysis Membership Service and has significant experience managing large complex impact evaluation projects. Her areas of expertise comprise of: traditional load research, including class load shapes, sample design and cost of service, Econometric and statistical modeling and energy –use analysis.
Ms. Marrin received her M.A. in Economics from California State University Fullerton, Fullerton, CA.
Ms. Shah has several years of experience in analyzing data for AEG’s evaluation and market assessment projects. She specializes in creation of automated systems to run Monte Carlo simulations, assisting with programming efforts to improve existing software, and creation and analysis of energy demand modeling systems for residential, commercial, and industrial energy users. Ms. Shah researches new data points and how to best integrate them into the current working model to enhance accuracy.
Ms. Shah has a B.A. in Physics from the University of California, Davis.