The National Energy Efficiency Registry (NEER) is a web-based platform that will help states document energy efficiency achievements to help meet their energy and environmental goals. Serving as a means to register and track energy savings and, as desired, enabling trading of instruments representing energy savings (and related environmental attributes), the NEER can support both voluntary energy efficiency initiatives and compliance with mandatory energy savings goals.
Members of the NEER Project Team held a webinar on Thursday, November 9, 2017 to discuss major findings from the project, including NEER’s principles and operating rules, roadmaps for implementation, and State Energy Offices’ perspectives on applying and using NEER to support key energy efficiency markets.
Molly Cripps, Director, Office of Energy Programs, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation
NEER Principles and Operating Rules Overview
Michelle Zilinskas, Policy Associate, The Climate Registry
NEER Roadmap: Key Findings and Implications
Rodney Sobin, Senior Program Director, NASEO
State Applications and Perspectives
Kaci Radcliffe, Energy Analyst, Oregon Department of Energy
Molly Cripps, Director, Office of Energy Programs, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation)
Question and Answer
For more information, visit www.neeregistry.org or contact Rodney Sobin, NASEO Senior Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.