High Performance Buildings

Roadmap to Zero Energy Public Buildings: Progress Report ( )

On June 17, 2016 NEEP released a progress report to supplement the original Roadmap to Zero Energy Public Buildings entitled the Roadmap to Zero Energy Public Buildings: Progress Report. This progress report details how each state has progressed towards meeting the "critical next steps"… Read more

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EM&V Forum

Incremental Cost - Emerging Technology ( )

This report presents the results of research and analysis of estimated incremental costs, including labor costs where appropriate, of several emerging technology categories. Efficiency program administrators rely on estimated and reported incremental costs for efficient technologies, compared with… Read more

High Efficiency Products

Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Industrial Sector Report: Market Assessment & Recommended Strategies to Accelerate Energy Efficiency ( )

Of the four major energy-consuming sectors of the United States economy—residential buildings, commercial buildings, industrial, and transportation—the industrial sector consumes the largest amount of energy. The industrial sector is responsible for approximately 31 percent of total energy use, or… Read more

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Public Policy

Next Generation Energy Efficiency: The 2016 Regional Roundup of Energy Efficiency Policy ( )

The Regional Roundup of Energy Efficiency Policy is intended to give policymakers, regulators, efficiency proponents, program administrators and other stakeholders a comparative view of the progress of energy efficiency policies and programs across the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic region. Along with… Read more

EM&V Forum

Residential Lighting Deep Dive Brief: a Comparison of Savings Assumptions across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic ( )

Residential Lighting is a critical efficiency measure, with 2013 gross program savings from retail lighting programs reaching over 1 TWH for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states that report to REED. Upstream residential lighting represents a very significant portion of energy savings in the region… Read more

High Performance Buildings

Roadmap to Zero Energy Public Buildings ( )

In June 2016, NEEP released the Roadmap to Zero Energy Public Buildings: Progress Report. This new resource takes a look back at the three years since the original roadmap was published and assesses how the region has advanced in terms of zero energy buildings and policies. To do so, the report… Read more

High Efficiency Products

Exploring the Nexus of E-Commerce and Energy Efficiency ( )

In an effort to bring the most relevant and important program designs and techniques to efficiency programs in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, NEEP explored the nexus of e-commerce and energy efficiency. This whitepaper seeks to present industry background, explore key concepts, and provide several… Read more

EM&V Forum

The Changing EM&V Paradigm ( )

A Review of Key Trends and New Industry Developments, and Their Implications on Current and Future EM&V Practices. New advanced Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are pouring into the marketplace and are stimulating new thinking and a shift in the energy… Read more

High Efficiency Products

The State of our Sockets: A Regional Analysis of the Residential Lighting Market ( )

Residential lighting has long been a centerpiece of ratepayer-funded energy efficiency program portfolios. In New England, residential lighting measures have produced over 30 percent of all efficiency program savings.  But in 2015, program administrators, public utility commissions, state… Read more

High Efficiency Products

Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Residential Lighting Strategy: 2015 - 2016 Update ( )

The Northeast Residential Lighting Strategy (RLS) is once again being updated to provide the most relevant and timely information regarding the efficient residential lighting market. This report provides narrative updates on relevant activities in the Northeast and Mid-… Read more

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