MEEA administered the third annual Midwest SSL Plans and Perceptions Survey in support of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Technical Information Network for Solid-State Lighting Program (TINSSL). The 2013 Survey was designed to provide a snapshot of the current regional opinions among participating program entity representatives and commercial representatives.
In order to realize the Midwestern potential to contribute to the energy savings offered by the adoption of solid-state lighting (SSL), it is critical to understand the current environment around SSL adoption throughout the Midwest. MEEA’s primary goal in survey administration was to query entities within the Midwest to learn more about regional attitudes toward SSL, how those attitudes are informing energy efficiency program activity, and what can be done by the lighting industry and energy efficiency groups to advance SSL adoption swiftly, yet sensibly. By continuing this survey on an annual basis, MEEA is tracking how SSL plans and perceptions are shifting over time.
Visit the Midwest SSL Plans and Perceptions Survey page to download the 2013 Survey and the earlier editions.