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New "Eco District" Part of Avista's Catalyst Building Plan

Avista announced plans to create its "Catalyst Building"  in Spokane’s University District. It’s a facility the company hopes will drive economic development in the district. It will be a state-of-the-art building in terms of energy, with solar panels on the roof, to reduce or eliminate its need for outside power.

NEEA Announces 2018 Board of Directors

New members for the 2017-2018 term include: Jim Baggs, Seattle City Light; Steve Bicker, Tacoma Power; Dan James, Bonneville Power Administration; Dan Johnson, Avista Utilities; Scott Pugrud, Idaho Office of Energy and Mineral Resources; and Bonnie Rouse, Montana Department of Environmental Quality.

PNNL's Parker wins prestigious award for lifetime of energy efficiency efforts

NEEA has named Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's Graham Parker winner of its Tom Eckman Leadership in Energy Efficiency Award for Lifetime Achievement.  The award recognizes Parker for a career spanning more than 40 years where he advocated for and advanced the cause of energy efficiency in the Northwest and beyond.

Latest Research

A window into a new market 

      window attachments

Read an introductory market assessment of a new product initiative: Window Attachments, which includes products installed in commercial and residential markets. This study focuses on secondary glazing systems (SGS), which are commercial single-pane window retrofits installed in a building's interior. SGS products improve the performance of existing windows without replacing existing glass, window frames, or altering the exterior appearance of the building. The study’s goal was to conduct initial market research on product performance, barriers, and other information needed to create a market baseline.

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