William C. Miller focuses on energy efficiency program planning and deployment emphasizing tracking, measurement, reporting and standards development. He is a member of the US Delegation to the International Standards Organization’s Technical Committees on energy management and energy efficiency measurement and served as co-chair for evaluation, measurement and verification for the American National Standards Institute’s Energy Efficiency Standards Coordinating Collaborative. He has consulted on components advancing energy efficiency evaluation in the US and supported DOE’s efforts to enhance its own program assessment methodologies.
Prior to his current position, he managed the energy efficiency strategy, policy and regulatory activities for the Customer Energy Efficiency Department at Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). For 20 years he oversaw the company’s energy efficiency policy, planning and regulatory activities and served as an expert witness. He oversaw development of the PG&E’s “Zero Net Energy Pilot Program”, its contribution to the California Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan and its integration of energy efficiency and electric resource planning.
Before joining PG&E, he spent 10 years in academia, engaged in teaching and research.
Dr. Miller received a B.S. degree in Economics from Stanford University and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota.