Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

Carbon Reduction

Developing a Pathway to Decarbonize Existing Buildings

The energy and carbon intensity of existing buildings has been a vexing problem for more than three decades. While lighting, appliances, and a wide variety of other technologies have significantly upgraded energy performance, the buildings that they are placed into have been remarkably resistant to major change.

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REED Rendering #10: Are Energy Efficiency Funding Mechanisms Working?

REED Rendering #10: Are Energy Efficiency Funding Mechanisms Working?

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 the stories behind those trends.

ICYMI: Important takeaways from NEEP’s Action Plan to Accelerate Strategic Electrification

In case you missed it: Important takeaways from NEEP’s Action Plan to Accelerate Strategic Electrification

On May 17, NEEP held a public webinar to present our recently published Action Plan to Accelerate Strategic Electrification in the Northeast. While we might expect everyone to drop what they were doing to attend our webinar, we understand that the...

May Policy Tracker: Spotlight on New York

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April showers bring May flowers, particularly in New York where things are certainly sprouting this spring. As winter finally starts turning to spring in the Northeast, everyone begins to notice the trees greening and nature coming to life all around. Nestled in spring is also Earth Day, where we stop to acknowledge the importance of our environment and take action to protect it for generations to come.

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A Visible Vision

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If you keep up with our blog, social media activity, or our newsletter, you may remember our recent move from 91 Hartwell to 81 Hartwell last July. A big part of this move was embracing our refined vision, and we were lucky enough to find a space that not only gave us a fresh perspective on...

Policy Tracker: Live From New Orleans

Policy Tracker: Live From New Orleans

I have been lucky enough to attend the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) Annual Meeting, this year held in New Orleans. This has been a great opportunity for a couple of reasons. Professionally, I’ve been able to network with different stakeholders across the country. Personally, I took advantage of the opportunity to dive right into the NOLA...

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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...

Driving Electrification

Is using electricity almost exclusively for all energy needs – such as transportation, home heating and industry uses – really a key part of the global warming solution? Well, it absolutely is. Of course it’s critical to decarbonize the grid with wind and solar and other renewables as part of the process, but dramatically shifting energy uses to electricity, while also making them more efficient, is indeed a key part of deep...

MassCEC Creates A Unique Clean Energy Partnership

This post was written by Michael Zhe, Sales Director at CoolGreenPower, as part of its membership in NEEP’s Allies Program.