About NEEP

NEEP is instrumental in advancing the region’s energy efficiency  movement through advocacy,  collaboration and expertise in  implementation. Their collaborative approach involving all stakeholders makes   NEEP an invaluable partner in our ongoing efforts to develop energy efficiency markets, policies and programs.

Penni McLean-Conner, Board Clerk

NEEP is a non-profit organization that transforms the way we use and think  about energy, through advocacy, collaboration and education designed to  accelerate energy efficiency and make visible its impacts on the region, the economy, the planet, and future generations.

Never before has there been more capital to make efficiency happen. And never before has there been a greater need for an organization like NEEP to bring the market players together as the region works towards effectively using those dollars to realize major energy savings that create sustainable long-term impacts.

Working with our Sponsors and Partners, NEEP provides valuable guidance on how to design and implement efficiency initiatives, work with numerous stakeholders to positively affect policy and bring new efficient products to the market.

 

 

 

 

3 Responses to About NEEP

  1. Hi NEEP,

    My name is Drew Felker and I am an LED lighting installer who started out as an LED manufacturer. Would you like me to write a simple article on how to utilize LED lights for cost effective lighting, or do you know of any similar energy groups for the west coast that I could write for?

    Thanks for your time,
    Drew Felker

    • Hi Drew,

      Thanks for your interest in writing for our blog. We typically reserve guest contribution space for organizations within our Northeast/Mid-Atlantic regional network. The first organization that comes to mind that you might want to get in touch with is NEEA (Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance) and their network of energy efficiency advocates, manufacturers, trade alliances, etc.

      Again, thanks for your inquiry,

      NEEP

  2. I work with the Boys & Girls Club of SE Alabama. A Alabama Power representative gave me your link. We are in the middle of a addition and renovation and we were concerned about what our utility bills might increase to. So we wanted to make sure we had the most energy efficient lighting and everything in the existing space i.e., older gas heaters in the gym. I guess my main question would be do you except request from Alabama. If you could help I would appreciate it.

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