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REED Renderings Issue #6: Summer Demand Savings

REED Rendering: Summer Demand Savings

Welcome to the latest REED Rendering issue, a series of blogs where we bring your attention to interesting trends that we see in the data and...

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

Going Deeper: Why Program Administrators Should Care that Demand Response is before the Supreme Court

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UPDATE: On January 25, 2016, the Supreme Court voted to reverse and remand the lower court's decision, reaffirming FERC's jurisdiction over compensation levels for demand response in wholesale markets.

Five Reasons Massachusetts is #1 for Energy Efficiency for Fifth Consecutive Year

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Massachusetts, you’ve done it again! Today, the American Council for an Energy Efficiency Economy (ACEEE) announced that it has selected the Bay State as the most energy efficient in the nation – this marks the fifth year Massachusetts has topped the charts for national energy efficiency policy and practice.

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Energy Efficiency Policy Tracker: February 2014

Here’s our brief rundown on key developments in energy efficiency policy from around the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states NEEP is keeping tabs on.

Data Moment: Electricity Use Decoupling from Economic Growth, BP Finds