Model EM&V Methods Standardized Reporting Forms

July 2014 - As the Forum region continues to increase its investment in energy efficiency as resource and strategy to meet a range of public policy goals (energy and economic), as well as newly proposed federally mandated regulations for greenhouse gases under US EPA’s Clean Air Act 111(d) proposed regulations, the need for understanding and documenting the EM&V practices used by states to support efficiency program savings is as important as ever.

The Forum embarked in 2013 to create a model template that supports greater transparency of program administrator/state EM&V practices used to calculate EE savings via a straightforward, Standardized EM&V methods ‘check list.’  This type of document is intended to help energy and environmental policy and market players readily understand and compare EM&V approaches used to estimate reported EE program savings to inform their specific needs.  

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