Anna-Elise Smith is a Project Analyst in Resource Innovations’ Behavioral Science & Analytics group located in the Louisville, CO office where she focuses on demand-side management program measurement and evaluation, outage cost estimation, and energy efficiency program evaluation. She has expertise applying econometric and statistical analysis to develop insight and solutions to complex energy issues. Anna-Elise has worked on a variety of projects since joining Resource Innovations and has been responsible for estimating the load impacts and cost-effectiveness of ComEd’s Peak Time Savings program and modelling the peak load impacts, conservation effects and societal net benefits associated with Elevate Energy’s Hourly Pricing program. Prior to joining Resource Innovations, she was an MRV Initiatives Associate at The Climate Registry where she specialized in providing accessible GHG accounting tools and development of GHG quantification methods for wastewater treatment plants in California. Anna-Elise also served as a research assistant at The Energy Policy Institute at Chicago where she analyzed the costs associated with policy affecting international shipments of oil and gas. Anna-Elise holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Chicago as well as a BA in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology from the University of Colorado Boulder.