Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

EPA

The Secret Behind Our Region’s Success: ENERGY STAR

The Secret Behind Our Region's Success: ENERGY STAR

The US EPA’s ENERGY STAR Program, created in 1992 under the President George H. W. Bush administration, is a star performer in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic energy efficiency success story. NEEP states and efficiency programs – from the District of Columbia to Maine – rely on the ENERGY STAR label to distinguish quality and efficient lighting products, home appliances, consumer electronics, and homes and buildings in order to...

Energy Efficiency Policy Tracker - October 2015

Maryland energy administration, energy efficiency, Al Gore, regional greenhouse gas initiative, EPA, national ambient air quality standards, clean power plan

In this edition, we cover three of the most notable policy developments in the region, including a shakeup at the Maryland Energy Administration, recent news from New York, and signals from Massachusetts that energy efficiency will remain a first order resource. We then close with a brief summary of the EPA’s new air quality rule, and why it matters for energy efficiency. 

Evaluation Experts and Enthusiasts: Register Now for the Annual Public Meeting!

The Regional Evaluation, Measurement and Verification (EM&V) Forum will host its Annual Public Meeting on January 14, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Baltimore, Md. Mark your calendar and make plans to be in Baltimore for a day filled with exciting discussion, connecting with new and...