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DesignLights™ Consortium Adds Eleven New Categories to its Qualified Product List

The DesignLights™ Consortium (DLC), a project managed by NEEP, announced this week the addition of eleven new commercial SSL luminaire categories to its Qualified Products List (QPL).  The QPL now lists products in thirty categories.  New featured...

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Energy Efficiency Goes Social in the Northeast

Energy efficiency programs are gaining increasing traction using social media, especially to promote residential retail products.  Alison Emerson, Digital...

Road trip to New Hampshire's latest high performance school

NEEP and CHPS staff outside the entrance to Lebanon Middle School
Posted In: Buildings

Roadmap to Zero Net Energy report now available, calls on the public sector to lead the charge

Developed by Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships and informed by stakeholders from around the region, the “Roadmap to Zero Net Energy Pubic Buildings” presents 5 steps states and municipalities can do now to make zero net energy public buildings (ZNEBs) a reality across the region within 15 years.

Posted In: Buildings

Regional EM&V Forum Update

The pace never slows at the Regional Evaluation Measurement &Verification Forum.  In addition to conducting several ongoing projects, the Forum is launching two new projects - the HVAC Variable Speed Drive (VSD) Loadshape project and the Building Energy Codes project - and further...

Posted In: Best Practices

Nineteen schools in the region awarded Nation's first Green Ribbons

Imagine if your school saved thousands of dollars on utility costs by cutting down on energy, harvested vegetables from its “lasagna garden” for school lunch, or fueled its buses with discarded cooking oils from local restaurants. Schools across the US are doing this and more – and have been honored for the first time by the Department of Education’s Green...

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NEEP and Sponsors Honored for Retail Products Efficiency Programs

NEEP along with many of its Sponsoring organizations, were recently recognized for its a collaborative work accelerating energy efficiency through the promotion...

Green codes underway in Rhode Island – is this the future of public policy?

City Hall Annex - Cambridge's first high performance municipal building Photo: City of...

Posted In: Buildings

New Approaches to Residential Demand Response

Annette Bellafiore, ThinkEco, Inc.