Advances in Measurement and Verification
By Anonymous (not verified) | Mon, September 11, 17
Fellow energy enthusiasts, I have some innovations to share with you! But, before I do, a couple of questions:
- Have you ever heard of EM&V?
- Are you familiar with its processes?
Let me provide a bit of background before discussing some recent advancements.
Non-Energy Impacts Approaches and Values: an Examination of the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Beyond
The Biggest Loser is – the Industrial Sector
By Elizabeth Titus | Tue, May 23, 17
Have you ever made a New Year’s resolution? You know, you’ve wanted to do something like eat healthier, become the next “Biggest Loser”, or lift increasing amounts of weight in your workout. You do well at the outset; powered by excitement and engagement. After several months, though, you discover that your willpower starts to fade. This is, of course, one of the main challenges of continuous improvement efforts – despite knowing that sticking to our plan can make a big difference over time, we get lost in the daily steps while losing sight of the end goal.
EM&V Best Practices & Recommendations for Industrial SEM Programs
Advanced Metering Infrastructure - Utility Trends and Cost-Benefit Analyses in the NEEP Region
Auto M&V Industry Brief: How Fast is the EM&V Paradigm Changing?
Summer Interns Shine at NEEP
By Natalie Hildt Treat | Wed, August 24, 16
Summer is almost over. The end of hot, humid days is close and we're readying for schools season. However, we want to take a moment for some reflection. NEEP has been fortunate to once again have a terrific group of interns this summer, thanks in part to the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s Internship Program.
Scoping the Certification of Energy Program Impact Evaluators
The Policy Tracker: August 2016
By Brian Buckley | Wed, August 3, 16
With summer in full swing and the mercury rising almost as high as system loads, now is the perfect time for a brief review of the latest in energy efficiency policies and proceedings throughout the region. We’re closely monitoring New York’s CEAC processes, while also keeping an eye on key regulatory proceedings in Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont with the potential for major impacts on energy efficiency in the region. Read on for more.