Policy Reports

Multifamily Energy Efficiency Retrofits: Barriers and Opportunities for Deep Energy Savings

The potential for energy reductions in multifamily buildings is enormous; by pursuing cost-effective, deep-energy retrofits that reduce energy consumption by between 15 and 30 percent, the annual energy bill cost savings nationally could be nearly $3.4 billion.8

Considerations for a Statewide Evaluation, Measurement, and Verification Framework for Energy Efficiency in Kentucky

This report was developed to provide Kentucky stakeholders with a common understanding of the elements of an evaluation, measurement, and verification (EM&V) framework, and examples of EM&V approaches that states around the country have taken.

Case Studies: Commercial Energy Savings in Iowa

Iowa has a long and successful history of investments in energy efficiency.  To demonstrate the positive economic impacts energy efficiency has to Iowa businesses, MEEA has created a series of case studies showcasing businesses that have benefited from the financial rebates and guidance offered by the utility sponsored programs. These one-pagers highlight the savings and positive return on investment achieved by these Iowa businesses.

Impacts of Energizing Indiana Energy Efficiency Programs

With the introduction, and subsequent passage, of Indiana's 2014 Senate Bill 340, which ended the state's energy efficiency mandate, there was a need for information and data on how Indiana's energy efficiency programs benefited the state's businesses and residents, how much energy was saved over the duration of the Energizing Indiana programs, and to demonstrate real results that Indiana businesses achieved through participation in EE programs.

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