Jesse Largent, NEEA Program Coordinator chats advanced windows with U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm at the Global Clean Energy Forum (GCEAF). The NEEA program team collaborated with manufacturers Alpen and Hunter Douglass to represent the Partnership for Advanced Window Solutions, or PAWS, program at the GCEAF conference the week of September 19.
The Leadership in Energy Efficiency Awards recognize individuals and teams in the Northwest for their exemplary dedication, enthusiasm and leadership toward furthering energy efficiency in the region. This year, some exciting changes have been made to the award options, with two new awards being added: the RISING STAR and INNOVATIVE COLLABORATION! Nominations open now through September 16.
Portland, Ore. – June 20, 2022 – On behalf of more than 140 Northwest utilities, the Bonneville Power Administration and the Energy Trust of Oregon, the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) has released its 2021 Annual Report, highlighting regional accomplishments, results and the evolution of energy-efficient technologies and programs over the past year.
To celebrate the alliance's 25th year, NEEA's Board and staff got together to share milestones and impacts of the alliance since the its inception. Check out this video to learn more about how last 25-years of collaboration have moved the needle on energy efficiency efforts to the benefit of consumers throughout the region and beyond.
Find the most recent electric and natural gas Advanced Water Heating Specifications and all supporting documentation, including the Qualified Products List.