Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

Building Energy Codes

State Energy Efficiency Policy Rundown

Josh Craft, Manager of Public Policy Analysis

With Tools in Hand – Mainers Fight for Safe, Affordable & Comfortable Buildings

Buildings are our nation’s biggest energy guzzlers, using 40% of our energy and 70% of our electricity.

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Green codes underway in Rhode Island – is this the future of public policy?

City Hall Annex - Cambridge's first high performance municipal building Photo: City of...

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"If I can’t help my own family save energy, what CAN I do?"

See WGBH's report on the home energy assessment...

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Advocacy the theme at DOE Energy Codes 2011 Conference

Hello from Salt Lake City, where the U.S. Department of Energy is hosting its annual energy codes conference. This year's event has a decidedly different feel to it, as codes move from just being in the domain of building officials, to taking center stage for a number of...

NEEP Briefs U.S. Senate on Reducing Energy in Buildings

By Jim O'Reilly, Director of Public Policy

What is ASHRAE Standard 90.2?

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Advanced Building Energy Codes: Knowledge at your Fingertips

Free one hour webinar on Tuesday, May 31st (3-4 PM)

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