Dr. Katherine Johnson will
participate on the Public Health and Environment
Panel at ACEEE's
Rural Energy Conference and
SEEA's Fusion Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Johnson Consulting Group
will be involved in projects with new clients
and new projects with some renewing clients.
2018 will be an exciting adventure including
some familiar clients such as Washington Gas,
CNG and Atmos Energy.
Service Commission had
asked the Parties Working
Collaboratively (PWC) to provide guidance on a
Case Study of Arkansas practices to inform the
National Standard Practice Manual (NSPM). The
Case Study has been developed and submitted.
extended until 2023.
TRM Version 8.0 has been approved.
2018 Women's Business
Enterprise Certifications renewed: WBENC and
Grit & Granite, Katherine's first novel is
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Johnson Consulting Group continues to work on a variety of
new and exciting projects promoting energy efficiency
programs across the U.S. and Canada. These opportunities
include helping utility staff learn more about ways to
promote energy efficient technologies as well as
expanding our work in energy efficient program design
and evaluation. We look forward to helping our
clients design, implement and deliver effective energy
efficiency programs during these exciting and
challenging times in the DSM industry.
Since our work involves both residential and commercial
customers in publications of all sorts, we want to
highlight the analytical nature of what we do, without
being too intimidating.
We are a professional yet approachable group; you'll get
top notch analysis and good ideas, but you don't need to
be a rocket scientist to read and fully understand our