Northwest Sees Strong Energy
Efficiency Performance in 2015.
NEEA’s Annual Report highlights role of
collaboration, innovation in accelerating energy efficiency.
behalf of more than 140 Northwest utilities, the Bonneville
Power Administration and the Energy Trust of Oregon, the
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) has released its
2015 Annual Report.
The report highlights regional accomplishments and results
from the first year of the alliance’s 2015-2019 Business
Plan. Working together, the region accelerated the
development of more than a dozen energy-efficient
technologies, completed the first regional market strategy
for commercial and industrial lighting, and launched the
first regional natural gas market transformation effort in
“Oregonians are proud of our state’s leadership in energy
efficiency. They join me in congratulating the Northwest
Energy Efficiency Alliance on 20 years of market
transformation to accelerate adoption of energy-efficiency
products, practices, and services. Through regional
collaboration, we are leveraging the impact of our
individual investments in efficiency and conservation to
spur economic development, reduce emissions of harmful
pollutants, and contribute to the long-term prosperity of
the Northwest,” stated Oregon Governor Kate Brown.
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collaboration is absolutely critical to meeting the Northwest’s
growing energy demands through efficiency,” said Susan Stratton,
NEEA’s executive director. “In 2015 our alliance took that
collaboration to the next level with new innovations and new
areas of opportunity like natural gas. Working together, we are
building an energy efficiency engine that will sustain and
support the Northwest for the next twenty years.”
NEEA’s 2015 Annual Report is available to the public online, and
features an interactive map, graphics, and financial results.
Read the full report at
About the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) is an alliance
of more than 140 utilities and energy efficiency organizations
working on behalf of more than 13 million energy consumers. NEEA
is dedicated to accelerating both electric and gas energy
efficiency, leveraging its regional partnerships to advance the
adoption of energy-efficient products, services and practices.
Since 1997, NEEA and its partners have saved enough energy to
power more than 900,000 homes each year. As the second-largest
resource in the Northwest, energy efficiency can offset most of
our new demand for energy, saving money and keeping the
Northwest a healthy and vibrant place to live.