West Hill Energy and Computing – Energy Efficiency Evaluation Services

West Hill Energy and Computing

West Hill Energy and Computing specializes in the evaluation, measurement and verification of energy efficiency programs. Our mission is to provide robust and reliable evaluations of public and private efforts to reduce energy use.

Well Balanced

Carefully designed evaluations to balance methods and costs, precision and comprehensiveness, and meet stakeholders’ needs


Innovative approaches to assess efficiency impacts from multiple perspectives


Over 30 years of experience in energy efficiency and evaluation


Our commitment is to making efficiency a reliable resource for addressing global challenges

Quick Guide to West Hill Energy and Computing

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  • Founded in 1991 by Al Bartsch and Kathryn Parlin

  • Located in Brattleboro, Vermont

  • Cross-disciplinary approach to evaluation

  • Proven track record of pioneering effective approaches to evaluation

  • Vast experience in residential, commercial and industrial monitoring and verification

Mr. Bartch and Ms. Parlin oversee a growing staff, who are encouraged to think critically, using all available resources to not just provide an answer but to provide the best answer. Skill sets encompassing statistical and technical expertise as well as data management capabilities allow West Hill Energy and Computing to consistently produce reliable and defensible impact evaluation results to satisfy clients.

See our presentations at the International Energy Program Evaluation Conference being held in Long Beach, California on August 10–13, 2015:

  • Baseline or Bust: Calculating Savings for a Residential Heating Equipment Program (8/12, 1PM)

  • The Promised Land: Making Use of Data from Smart Meters (8/12, 3:15PM)