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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.

Commercial Lighting Market Analysis - Lessons from Vermont

In this webinar from MEEA's Advanced Lighting series, Efficiency Vermont's Dan Mellinger describes the process of conducting a commercial lighting analysis to:

  1. Estimate the market penetration in Vermont for commercial and industrial (C&I) lighting measures;
  2. Identify future attainable savings potential; and
  3. Use market analysis insight to shape long term goals and strategies.

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MEEA Webinar: The Top Advanced Lighting Specification Challenges and How to Overcome Them

The second installment of MEEA's new quarterly Advanced Lighting Webinar Series focused on the top advanced lighting specification challenges and how to overcome them. Two industry experts representing a regional energy efficiency organization and national laboratory revealed some of the thorniest challenges professionals face when selecting LED and control products and armed attendees with the tools and resources to overcome these challenges.

Introduction to MEEA’s New Resources for Advanced Lighting Professionals

MEEA prepared for the new year with a wealth of opportunities for advanced lighting professions to connect with peers and access the latest industry information.
New offerings including the Midwest LUMEN Network, the quarterly advanced lighting technical webinar series, and the Midwest Advanced Lighting Solutions Guide were unveiled by MEEA staff and Vicki Campbell, Director of Energy Efficiency at DTE Energy and Chair of Midwest LUMEN.

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Annual Midwest SSL Plans and Perceptions Survey

Advanced lighting remains an essential tool for those seeking to reduce energy consumption through energy efficiency.  The arguments in favor of efficient lighting as a path to reduced energy demand – ease of installation, cost-effectiveness, matched performance, and easily quantifiable savings – are compelling and reliably consistent. 

L-Prize Field Testing Summary Report

The Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) is the region’s premiere energy efficiency organization, and has long held the view that lighting is a cornerstone of residential efforts to adopt energy efficiency.  Energy-efficient lighting is inexpensive, easy to install, and delivers easily quantifiable savings.  Over MEEA’s ten years’ experience in administering efficiency programs, transforming the residential lighting market by encouraging CFL adoption has been an essential component of our program work.
 

2010 Midwest SSL Plans and Perceptions Survey

Advanced lighting remains an essential tool for those seeking to reduce energy consumption through energy efficiency. The arguments in favor of efficient lighting as a path to reduced energy demand – ease of installation, cost-effectiveness, matched performance, and easily quantifiable savings – are compelling and reliably consistent.

Change a Light Program Reports 2001-2008

The attached files are program reports from MEEA's Change a Light, Change the World compact fluorescent lighting (CFL) promotion program, for Program Years 2001–2008.

Illinois Residential Lighting Program 2002-04

Attached is the final report for the Illinois Residential Lighting Program, which MEEA ran under a grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Development from 2002-2004.  It includes customer outreach, torchiere turn-in events, lighting industry initiatives, school fundraising through our Lights for Learning program, and the Change a Light CFL promotion.

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