Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP)


Construction codes in the Northeast: myths and realities of energy code adoption and the economic effects (2018 update)

Residential and commercial buildings are among the largest users of energy in the United States, accounting for approximately 51 percent of all energy consumption in 2017. Because this represents such a significant portion of our energy use, policies have been put into place that govern...

Building energy codes for a carbon constrained era: a toolkit of strategies and examples

Buildings consume about two-thirds of the United States’ power supply and produce about 40 percent of carbon emissions. Buildings that are being constructed now will have a considerable impact on our region’s energy use 50 to 100 years from now. Thus, the built environment, including...