Adam Gerza - COO, Energy Toolbase

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Adam Gerza is the COO of Energy Toolbase, an industry leading software platform for modeling and proposing the economics of solar and storage projects. He has worked in the solar industry for over 9 years in various project development, policy and finance related roles. Prior to solar, Adam traded natural gas commodity products for 5 years for a bank and later a hedge fund. He was elected to the CALSEIA board in 2013. Adam has worked on numerous rate design regulatory proceedings at the CPUC, as well as legislative energy bills in Sacramento. He has a B.S. in finance from the University of Southern California.

Adam Gerza teaches:

Accurately Modeling the Economics of Customer Sited Energy Storage Projects

This lecture demonstrates how to accurately, objectively, and transparently

Self-Consumption: model & optimize energy storage in self-powered mode

This course will review the concept of modeling and optimizing energy storage in self-powered mode within the Energy Toolbase platform.

Accurately Calculate the "Avoided Cost" of A Solar Project

This free course covers how to precisely calculate the dollar savings (aka avoided cost) of a solar project using Energy Toolbase.

The new era of DER project development: leveraging Green Button Data to analyze solar + storage, TOU rates & NEM 2.0 scenarios

Modeling NEM 2.0 Solar Projects with Energy Toolbase

This course delves into modeling NEM 2.0 (Net Metering Version 2.0) solar projects, using the latest version of Energy Toolbase.

Future-proofing Solar PV savings with Energy Storage

This course covers an overview of the "future-proofing solar savings" concept. The changes being proposed and implemented depend on state and utility territory, but the one general commodity that most share is that they typically erode the savings

Modeling Time-of-use Rates & the Quantifying the Value of Solar

This course will explore in depth how to model solar projects on Time-of-use (TOU) rates, and how they effect the 'value of solar' calculation.