Consultant, Evergreen Economics
Sarah Monohon is a Consultant at Evergreen Economics. She specializes in using the R and SQL programming languages to develop and implement analytical solutions for Evergreen projects, including data cleaning and analysis, complex statistical modeling, and developing informative analytical tools including interactive graphics and dashboards. Sarah was the lead analyst during the development and testing of Evergreen’s AMI Customer Segmentation (AMICS) modeling approach, which estimates thousands of unique load shapes simultaneously. She has applied the AMICS approach to multiple commercial and residential HVAC programs, multifamily whole-building retrofits, a smart thermostat temperature adjustment algorithm, and Home Energy Reports. Currently, she is developing segmented and pooled baseline models for chain commercial businesses to test the feasibility of a new Normalized Metered Energy Consumption (NMEC) program. Sarah received her BA in Economics cum laude from Willamette University, Phi Beta Kappa.
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