Now that we’ve recovered from the Northeast Energy Efficiency Summit and 20th Anniversary Celebration held a few weeks back, NEEP staff have been taking stock of the big ideas and takeaways that percolated during our June 13-14 gathering at the Omni Mount Washington Resort in New Hampshire.
Thank you for helping us create the future together. This blog is one of a series celebrating NEEP's 20th Anniversary. Stay tuned for more on the history of energy efficiency in the region.
A mangrove swamp in Florida is not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about NEEP. It’s not in the Northeast. There are no buildings in sight. And the only energy efficiency at play is how hard to paddle your canoe.
Included in NEEP’s 2016 Regional Roundup is our take on what state energy offices, regulators and legislators can do to ensure that their states keep advancing on efforts to capture all cost-effective efficiency and keep riding the wave of this exciting “Next Generation".
Here's our Top Ten list of actions that policymakers can take to stay on course.
Please see the full report for more insights and analysis.
When I think of today’s changing energy efficiency landscape, I feel as though I am riding a rollercoaster. The paradigm-shifting developments in New York and California for example, are turning my preconceived notions of energy efficiency upside down – as if I was on some Universal Studios thrill ride.
This post was written by Ellen Franconi, PhD who is a manager at the Rocky Mountain Institute.
This post was written by Jake Oster who is the senior director of regulatory affairs at EnergySavvy. This piece was originally published at EnergySavvy's blog.
Ever since the term “EM&V 2.0” was first coined in 2014, the energy efficiency industry has been debating how the emerging landscape of tools, technologies, and software products will modernize energy efficiency measurement.
Have you crossed paths with these terms recently? Becuase we certainly have.
“Utility of the Future”
“Reforming the Energy Vision”
It’s hard to open a newsletter, attend a conference or read a blog these days without hearing or reading about the game-changing, landscape-altering, markets-animating, paradigm-shifting developments occurring in the world of energy efficiency.
But what, precisely, does it all mean?