CPUC recommits to meter-based measurement and market access model, boosting transparency and accountability for California efficiency.
University of California pilot shows that NMEC can work for universities and other institutions with a large and diverse building stock.
In this webinar, Carmen Best explains how an interactive report card can transform and scale efficiency and demand flexibility.
A detailed explanation of the CPUC's new mandatory rulebook for utility programs that employ meter-based quantification of energy efficiency impacts.
The CPUC's revision on NMEC provides a host of critical updates.
In order for P4P efficiency to work, we need transparent and reproducible measurement that can be verified by all parties.
NMEC and open-source approaches are less expensive and performed better in testing than proprietary tools for evaluating efficiency in commercial buildings.
CPUC releases new guidance that effectively greenlights the application of NMEC to efficiency in California.
Understand the distinction between a couple of different ways of measuring energy efficiency.
New laws establish a data-driven path to double energy efficiency in California.