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Deason, Jeff, Greg Leventis, and Sean Murphy."Long-Term Performance of Energy Efficiency Loan Portfolios." (2022).
Deason, Jeff, Sean Murphy, and Charles A. Goldman."Tracking the PACE of household energy usage: Energy usage impacts of projects financed through Property Assessed Clean Energy programs in California." (2022).
Schiller, Steven R., Jeff Deason, Kelly Parmenter, Greg Leventis, and Lisa C. Schwartz."Future of Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Drivers and Market Expectations." (2022).
Leventis, Greg, and Jeff Deason."Deferred Payment Loans for Energy Efficiency: Case Study of a Low- and Moderate-Income Home Improvement Financing Model and Potential Application to Energy Efficiency Projects." (2021).
Deason, Jeff, Sean Murphy, and Charles A. Goldman."Empirical Estimation of the Energy Impacts of Projects Installed through Residential Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing Programs in California."Energies 14.23 (2021). DOI
Murphy, Sean, Jeff Deason, and Andrew Satchwell."Timed to save: the added value of accounting for hourly incidence of electricity savings from residential space-conditioning measures."Energy Efficiency (2021). DOI
Leventis, Greg, and Jeff Deason."Practices for Demonstrating Energy Savings from Commercial PACE Projects." (2021).
Murphy, Sean, and Jeff Deason."Energy efficiency lifetimes: How reported savings of electric and gas energy efficiency programs change over time." (2021).
Deason, Jeff, Greg Leventis, and Sean Murphy."Performance of solar leasing for low- and middle-income customers in Connecticut." (2021).
Pigman, Margaret, Jeff Deason, and Sean Murphy."Who is participating in residential energy efficiency programs? Exploring demographic and other household characteristics of participants in utility customer-funded energy efficiency programs." (2021).
Satchwell, Andrew, Peter Cappers, Jeff Deason, Sydney Forrester, Natalie Mims Frick, Brian F. Gerke, and Mary Ann Piette."A Conceptual Framework to Describe Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Interactions." (2020).
Zhu, Cindy, Andrew White, Paul A. Mathew, Jeff Deason, and Philip Coleman."Raising the Rent Premium: Moving Green Building Research Beyond Certifications and Rent."2018 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (2018). DOI
Deason, Jeff, and Sean Murphy."Assessing the PACE of California residential solar deployment: Impacts of Property Assessed Clean Energy programs on residential solar photovoltaic deployment in California, 2010-2015." (2018).
Deason, Jeff, Max Wei, Greg Leventis, Sarah Josephine Smith, and Lisa C. Schwartz."Electrification of buildings and industry in the United States: Drivers, barriers, prospects, and policy approaches." (2018).
Leventis, Greg, Lisa C. Schwartz, Chris Kramer, and Jeff Deason."Lessons in Commercial PACE Leadership: The Path from Legislation to Launch." (2018).
Deason, Jeff."Comparative Evaluation of Financing Programs: Insights From California’s Experience." (2017).
Lowry, Mark Newton, Matthew Makos, Jeff Deason, and Lisa C. Schwartz."State Performance-Based Regulation Using Multiyear Rate Plans for U.S. Electric Utilities." (2017).
Potter, Jennifer, Jeff Deason, and Lisa C. Schwartz."Adopting Energy-Efficient Technologies for Street Lighting: Overcoming Challenges for Utilities." (2017).
Deason, Jeff, Lisa C. Schwartz, Natalie Mims Frick, and Jennifer Potter."Regulatory Issues and Approaches to Municipal LED Street Lighting Conversions." (2017).
Schwartz, Lisa C., Max Wei, William R. Morrow III, Jeff Deason, Steven R. Schiller, Greg Leventis, Sarah Josephine Smith, Woei Ling Leow, Todd Levin, Steven Plotkin, Yan Zhou, and Joseph Teng."Electricity end uses, energy efficiency, and distributed energy resources baseline." (2017).
Deason, Jeff, Greg Leventis, Charles A. Goldman, and Juan Pablo Carvallo."Energy Efficiency Program Financing: Where it comes from, where it goes, and how it gets there." (2016).
Wood, Lisa, Ross Hemphill, John Howat, Ralph Cavanagh, Severin Borenstein, Jeff Deason, Lisa C. Schwartz, and Lisa C. Schwartz."Recovery of Utility Fixed Costs: Utility, Consumer, Environmental and Economist Perspectives."Future Electric Utility Regulation Report Series FEUR Report No. 5 (2016).