View our videos to see how NEEA leverages our strong partnerships with regional utilities to effect market transformation.


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NEEA 2010-14: Five Years of Market Transformation
NEEA accelerated the energy efficiency market for product and services during our 2010-2014 Business Cycle. Explore some highlights of our collective accomplishments in this interactive Prezi.


BOC: University of Montana

NEEA’s Building Operator Certification (BOC) Expansion provides skill enhancement training to improve building energy performance through operation and maintenance best practices for HVAC, lighting, and controls systems.

Building Renewal: Boise, ID

Building Renewal helped Thornton Oliver Keller discover new energy efficiency opportunities in its property, Capitol Gateway Plaza II. By working closely with experts, they are following a ‘playbook’ to upgrade the buildings systems and improve energy performance.

Building Renewal: Missoula, MT

First Security Bank in Missoula, Mont., was faced with an outdated HVAC system and inefficient lighting. With Building Renewal, it updated to a modern HVAC system, improved lighting and became a desirable location for tenants.

Building Renewal: Portland, OR and Seattle,WA

Brett Phillips of Unico Properties and Wade Lange of American Assets Trust explain how Building Renewal helped them future proof their office buildings. The process lead to savings in operating expenses for tenants and more comfortable work environments for employees.

Kim Crossman, Energy Trust of Oregon

Kim Crossman, Energy Trust of Oregon, talks strategic energy management (SEM) and how the NW SEM Collaborative is helping move SEM in the region.

Jeremiah Owyang, Crowd Companies, Efficiency Exchange 2015

Welcome to an emerging world where customers, technology and energy are intersecting in disruptive ways. We’ve been seeing the emergence of more empowered, social customers. Now these customers are beginning to engage with new technologies that are changing the way they think about, and interact with, their energy usage.

Jeremiah Owyang is the Founder of Crowd Companies, which focuses on how disruptive technologies — such as social media, mobile and the internet of things powers the collaborative economy — and impacts the relevance of companies to customers today and in the future.

Tom Eckman, Northwest Power and Conservation Council, Efficiency Exchange 2015

Tom Eckman talks about the potential effects of increased connectivity and disruptive technologies on the future of energy efficiency - both in terms of power planning and the impact on program implementers.

Pathway to Market Transformation

NEEA and our partners have two clear goals in transforming the market: to fill the energy efficiency pipeline and to create the market conditions that will accelerate and sustain the adoption of new products, services and practices.