Market transformation initiatives, by their nature, create change over the long term. The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) tracks the progress of its market transformation initiatives during their implementation phase through periodic Market Progress Assessment Reports (MPERs). However, because market diffusion often occurs after NEEA funding has ceased, NEEA also needs a mechanism for tracking ongoing market progress in the post-funding period so that it can verify key assumptions in its cost-effectiveness models. Of the five initiatives assessed in the 2010 long-term monitoring and tracking (LTMT), Building Operator Certification represents the greatest incremental savings at 1.5 average megawatts (aMW) in 2010. Residential Windows follows in second place with 0.8 aMW. Drive Power reports 0.5 aMW of incremental savings, while SAV-AIR resulted in 0.1 aMW. BacGen created no incremental energy savings. The five initiatives resulted in 2010 incremental savings (due to new activity occurring in 2010) of 2.9 aMW.