Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

M&V 2.0

Let’s Get the ‘Auto’ in Auto M&V Pointed Down the Right Road

This post was written by Jeremy Eddy, Managing Director/V.P. of Opinion Dynamics, as part of its membership in NEEP’s Allies Program.

The EM&V Times Are A'Changin'

Bob Dylan nails what we are experiencing in the energy industry today with the title of his classic ballad, The Times They Are A’Changin’. In that song, he notes “The slow one now will later be fast, as the present now will later be past.” He may as well be singing to evaluators of energy efficiency programs, since evaluators have a lot of experience looking back at the past to explain the present – and also using that...

Advances in Measurement and Verification

Advances in Measurement and Verification

Fellow energy enthusiasts, I have some innovations to share with you! But, before I do, a couple of questions:

Have you ever heard of EM&V? Are you familiar with its processes?

Let me provide a bit of background before discussing some recent advancements.

Integrated Evaluation Through M&V 2.0

Integrated Evaluation Through M&V 2.0

This post was written by Tim Guiterman, Director of Measurement and Optimization Solutions at EnergySavvy, as part of its membership in NEEP’s Allies Program.

Hold on Tight! The Future of Evaluation Promises an Exciting Ride

When I think of today’s changing energy efficiency landscape, I feel as though I am riding a rollercoaster. The paradigm-shifting developments in New York and California for example, are turning my preconceived notions of energy efficiency upside down – as if I was on some Universal Studios thrill ride.  

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Next-Generation Utility Programs: How M&V 2.0 is Enabling a “Negawatt” Market

This post was written by Ellen Franconi, PhD who is a manager at the Rocky Mountain Institute.