REED has been updated with program year 2020 savings data! Click below to request access.
What Is REED?
REED is a product of the Regional Evaluation Measurement & Verification (EM&V) Forum that is based on the Forum's Common Statewide Energy Efficiency Reporting Guidelines, which were adopted by the Forum Steering Committee in 2010. REED serves as a regional platform for the consistent reporting of Northeast and Mid-Atlantic electric and gas energy efficiency programs.
REED contains 2011-2020 program level data for the following twelve jurisdictions: Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. (Data is not provided for all twelve jurisdictions for all years.) The database contains the following information:
- Annual & Lifetime Energy Savings
- Peak Demand Savings
- Avoided Air Emissions
- Program Expenditures
- Job Creation Impacts
- Supporting Information
REED data is updated annually and can be used to inform state and regional policies, state benchmarking, and for other research and analysis purposes.
The Master REED Workbook
NEEP retired the publicly accessible REED website in 2020, and REED data is now available by request. NEEP currently offers the following two resources updated with the program year 2020 data:
- A Master REED Workbook (in Excel format) containing program level data for years 2011-2020. The Workbook includes an All Data worksheet with program data from all states and all years.
- This video provides an overview of the Master REED Workbook's content and functionality:
- This video provides an analysis of the programs with the highest spending data in 2020:
- A REED Supporting Information report that complements data collected for REED and helps ensure informational transparency. While some of the energy efficiency program metrics REED includes are consistent across jurisdictions, state reporting of energy efficiency program impacts, EM&V practices and approval processes vary across the region in a number of ways. This report highlights some of these differences across states to ensure the REED data is not misconstrued or misrepresented. It begins with a general supporting information section which provides detailed information on the metrics that REED includes, along with a number of additional resources. Following the general supporting information, an overview of relevant state program administrators and reporting practices is provided for each REED jurisdiction
The Energy Efficiency Snapshot
NEEP’s 2021 Energy Efficiency Snapshot uses REED data to showcase Energy Efficiency by the Numbers in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States. The snapshot provides various analyses of data from REED, including energy savings and expenditures in each REED state and the District of Columbia over time. Policy highlights that provide background context for the energy savings are also included.
How Can REED Data Be Used?
REED data can be used in many ways. Watch this video for a simple walkthrough of a use case scenario.
Please contact Erin Cosgrove, Senior Manager, Policy and Programs, with any questions about REED or to request the REED data and REED Supporting Information report.