The Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board (EEB) includes an Evaluation Committee consisting of non-utility EEB members, to work directly with an EEB Evaluation Consultant in overseeing energy efficiency program evaluation planning and completion. This includes evaluation planning, study development, contractor selection, project initiation, project management and completion, and finalizing the evaluation report. Energy efficiency program administrators (CL&P and UI), while they do not hold a primary role in evaluation, assist the Evaluation Committee and EEB Evaluation Consultant with their evaluation responsibilities. See the EEB's 2014-2018 Evaluation Plan for current and future evaluation projects.
Last Updated: 8/13/2015