Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

Carbon Reduction

Driving Electrification

Is using electricity almost exclusively for all energy needs – such as transportation, home heating and industry uses – really be a key part of the global warming solution? Well, it absolutely is. Of course it’s critical to decarbonize the grid with wind and solar and other renewables as part of the process, but dramatically shifting energy uses to electricity, while also making them more efficient, is indeed a key part of deep...

MassCEC Creates A Unique Clean Energy Partnership

This post was written by Michael Zhe, Sales Director at CoolGreenPower, as part of its membership in NEEP’s Allies Program.

We Left the Paris Agreement, So What Now?

So We Left the Paris Agreement, What Now?

My immediate reaction upon learning of President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement was to panic. Would this decision be an irreparable blow to our struggle to cut emissions? Would we have to resign ourselves to the idea that achieving the Paris Agreement’s climate goals would be impossible?

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A Look Inside: Northeast Governors & Eastern Canadian Premiers Continue to Extol Energy Efficiency as the Leading Pathway to Carbon Reduction Goals

NEGECP 2016 Conference

On August 28, NEEP’s executive director, Sue Coakley, attended the New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers (NEG/ECP) 40th Conference. The annual conference allows the opportunity for the Northeast Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers to discuss mutual issues concerning energy, economic development, trade, and public health.