NEEA Q3 2022 Quarterly Report

In the third quarter of 2022, NEEA welcomed several promising developments at the federal level that will accelerate Market Transformation in the region:

  • The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Code adopted its first new energy efficiency standards for manufactured homes in 25 years, which was heavily based on alliance data and experience
  • ENERGY STAR adopted a revised windows specification—the first major change in over a decade—largely as a result of NEEA’s work to build a collaboration around advanced windows
  • ENERGY STAR adopted a new TVs specification; new televisions wishing to use the ENERGY STAR label will now have to meet the new specification based on a test procedure that NEEA heavily influenced

Also of note in Q3, staff participated in a robust effort to engage Regional Portfolio Adisory Committee (RPAC) members and their teams around the Efficient Fans and High-Performance HVAC programs, receiving the full support of the committee to advance each in the portfolio. 

Finally, NEEA’s Board of Directors launched a national search for the organization’s next Executive Director, working with a local search firm to manage the recruitment process. The Board will be making its final decision in December, and I look forward to transitioning the organization to my successor before my departure in January. It’s been a pleasure and an honor to lead this alliance for 11 years.

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