Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships

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Seeking Proof that Energy Efficiency Creates Jobs? Ask the U.S. Department of Energy

Aside from energy efficiency being the least-cost energy resource, a common argument used to support programs is that they create jobs and keep ratepayer dollars in-state. This argument seems at least intuitively correct, since it takes bodies in the field — or perhaps more appropriately, in attics and basements — to install energy savings measures.

But if energy efficiency creates so many jobs, where is the evidence?...

With Great Investment, Comes Great Responsibility

In the Amazing Spiderman, Peter Parker’s uncle, Uncle Ben, leaves him with some words of wisdom that Parker carries with him throughout the Spiderman series: With great power, comes great responsibility. As someone who’s been tracking investment in energy efficiency in our region, a similar thought, which is the title of this post, comes to mind.

More Data, Fewer Problems: REED Releases 2012 Data

NEEP’s Regional Energy Efficiency Database now includes program year 2012 data from nine jurisdictions in the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions!

Recap of the EM&V Forum Annual Public Meeting

Full house at APM

IEPEC Recap: Heady Topics Discussed at Annual Evaluators Conference

Over 500 evaluators, regulators, program administrators, students, and other interested stakeholders from across the U.S. and other nations descended on Chicago in August for...

REED: Big Data that Tells a Story

Cecily McChalicher, REED Manager

NEEP Launches Regional Energy Efficiency Database (REED)

 NEEP is pleased to announce the public launch of the Regional Energy Efficiency Database (REED), a product of the...