REED Renderings Issue #6: Summer Demand Savings
By Samantha Caputo | Tue, August 29, 17
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.
Reading the Tea Leaves in Rhode Island’s 2017 Energy Efficiency Plan
By Brian Buckley | Wed, December 7, 16
Rhode Island has long been a leader in the field of energy efficiency policies, consistently landing in one of the top five positions on ACEEE’s scorecard in recent years.
Advancing the Northeast's Energy Systems with Geotargeting and DR: Policy, Program, and EM&V Perspectives
Going Deeper: Why Program Administrators Should Care that Demand Response is before the Supreme Court
By Brian Buckley | Thu, October 29, 15
UPDATE: On January 25, 2016, the Supreme Court voted to reverse and remand the lower court's decision, reaffirming FERC's jurisdiction over compensation levels for demand response in wholesale markets.
Energy Efficiency Policy Tracker: August 2014
By Josh Craft | Mon, August 4, 14
This summer, we’ve seen the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states continue tackle the major themes outlined at last month’s NEEP Summit in Newport: modernizing the electric grid, de-carbonizing the electric sector, and managing electric-gas infrastructure constraints in New England.
Daybreak on Zero Net Energy Buildings: NEEP Workshop Sparks Dialogue on the Future of Buildings
By Brian Buckley | Mon, August 4, 14
For quite some time, the zero net energy concept has struggled to reach beyond the domain of policy advocates and pilot projects; but the world is changing.