Intelligent Efficiency and Utility Programs: Reports from the Midwest

Energy efficiency stakeholders across the country are grappling with a wave of new products and platforms, and the accompanying flood of data and new capabilities is poised to change the Midwest efficiency program landscape. To better understand these trends, the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) conducted a literature review, surveyed Midwestern energy efficiency programs at the utility, state and local levels and held over twenty targeted interviews with representatives from energy utilities, manufacturers, program implementers, research organizations and local government.

Presentation: Integrating Technology and Policy in a Non-profit Setting

The presentation attached was given by Rose Jordan, MEEA Program Manager, on April 7, 2016 to the Northwestern Energy Technology Group.

Presentation: Midwest Consumer Electronics Program

The recorded webinar presentation below introduces MEEA's Midwest Consumer Electronics program.  For more information about this program, to sign up for future webinars, or to learn more about MEEA's program offerings, please contact Jamie Peters, program manager.

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