Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships


Step Up to the Plate and Benchmark Your Building’s Energy Usage

Step Up to the Plate and Benchmark Your Building’s Energy Usage

The smell of fresh cut grass, the sounds of “take me out to the ballgame”, and the crack of a baseball bat – these are a few things that signal the beginning of baseball season.

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Leading by Example While Digging Out From the Mountain of Paperwork

Leading By Example While Digging Out From The Mountain of Paperwork

Picture yourself as an energy manager for a large portfolio of buildings. You are responsible for monitoring and reducing energy consumption in these buildings to reduce energy costs. You have just learned that you will be responsible for achieving a 20% energy reduction portfolio-wide over the next 5 years. Excited to dig in to this work, you decide to request the utility bills for all of the buildings over the last two years...

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Citing the Evidence – the Benefits of Building Energy Disclosure Policies

The benefits of building energy rating and disclosure far outweigh the negatives. Any opposition can almost be considered......

In Focus: NEEP Congratulates the Boston City Council for Enacting Building Energy Disclosure

In a 9-4 vote, the Boston City Council voted  to adopt energy benchmarking for its large buildings last week. NEEP congratulates Mayor Thomas Menino and the Council for...

Strong Partnerships Progress Multi-Family Project

The world of multi-family efficiency is reaching a turning point in its evolution. The multi-family sector promises substantial potential energy savings that have not...

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