Sep 18, 2017

NEEA Q2 2017 Quarterly Report

The second quarter of 2017 saw a great deal of movement in NEEA’s emerging technology pipeline. On May 17, the Regional Portfolio Advisory Committee (RPAC) added two promising technologies - low-e storm windows and electric split-system water heaters - to NEEA’s portfolio. Low-e storm windows will be integrated into the existing Window Attachments program and splitsystem water heaters to the Heat Pump Water Heater program. Adding these technologies to existing programs allows the alliance to gain efficiencies, leverage shared opportunities, and more effectively reach the target markets. Also in Q2, RPAC voted to advance the Commercial Code Enhancement program into Market Development. The alliance now has a total of 16 Market Transformation programs in its portfolio. 

The second quarter of 2017 saw a great deal of movement in NEEA’s emerging technology pipeline. On May 17, the Regional Portfolio Advisory Committee (RPAC) added two promising technologies - low-e storm windows and electric split-system water heaters - to NEEA’s portfolio. Low-e storm windows will be integrated into the existing Window Attachments program and splitsystem water heaters to the Heat Pump Water Heater program. Adding these technologies to existing programs allows the alliance to gain efficiencies, leverage shared opportunities, and more effectively reach the target markets. Also in Q2, RPAC voted to advance the Commercial Code Enhancement program into Market Development. The alliance now has a total of 16 Market Transformation programs in its portfolio. 


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