Distributors: Exclusive Access to Market Information Session

Distributors: Exclusive Access to Market Information Session

Special Invitation for Distributors to a Market Update with D+R International and NAED’s Research and Data Analyst

May 5th, 2021 2:00 p.m. CT

Please join NAED and the D+R International team for a virtual session on the current state of the electric wholesale market through early 2021. The session will cover both public information on the market, as well as information from the NAED Market Data Program, Market Performance Metrics, and NAED’s Economic & Industry Sector Outlook.

Dan Vida

Dan Vida, VP of Operations
Dan Vida has spent more than a decade conducting and developing market analyses for manufacturers, distributors, retailers, utilities and energy efficiency organizations across the U.S. As part of his current role at D+R, Vida helps translates new ideas into marketable solutions, with a particular focus on new data products, including the new market data program for NAED. Vida continues to work with other associations to help build their understanding of their markets. Currently, he is the unitary market analyst on behalf of the Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) and is also working with the D+R team that is helping modernize the Air Movement Control Association’s statistical program. Vida’s previous experience at D+R involved building energy modeling and in-field building retrofit training, with a specific focus on single- and multi-family residential buildings. This experience has given Vida a cross-cutting view on the technical and market drivers that influence products installed in the buildings sector, such as electrical, plumbing, building envelope, and HVAC products

Erin Prinster

Erin Prinster, Research & Data Analyst
Erin Prinster is the Research & Data Analyst at NAED and has more than 17 years of experience in analyzing the business needs of companies and their customers. She has worked in the farming, retail, residential, and commercial real estate industries using data to assist others in the proper utilization of data, providing insights into business performance, making recommendations, and creating relevant practices and procedures.

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