Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

geotargeting

Scaling the Peak: How Efficiency Programs Can Leverage the Growing Value of Peak Demand

Take a look inside the spring edition of NEEP’s Energy Efficiency Snapshot

What Con Edison’s BQDM Project Reveals About Geo-targeting and Utility Incentives

Editor's Note: Subsequent to this article's publication, ConEdison's draft ETIP filing outlined performance incentives between five and ten percent of the their program portfolio, according to how cost-effectively savings are achieved within pre-set program budgets.

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Two New EM&V Resources Add to Vast Body of Research

NEEP’s Evaluation, Measurement, and Verification Forum recently released two publications that are receiving increasing attention within the industry.  The first report centers upon strategies for geo-targeting energy efficiency as a system planning resource, and the second examines the baseline assumptions included in potential estimates for savings attributable to electric residential clothes dryers.  For further details on...