Gregory Ehrendreich

Gregory Ehrendreich

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gehrendreich@mwalliance.org

312.784.7273

Research Analyst

In his role of Policy Analyst, Greg uses data and analysis to support MEEA's policy activities. He spent his early career in graduate study of cartilage and arthritis biochemistry. That transitioned to retail and service industry work, and then to labor organizing and activism. Before joining MEEA, Greg returned to school to study sustainable business. Greg holds a BS in Biochemistry with a minor in Environmental Studies from Beloit College. He earned an MS in Environmental Management from the IIT-Stuart School of Business. He joined MEEA in 2006.

Author Latest Articles

Sowing the Seeds of Change: the National Standard Practice Manual in the Midwest

E4TheFuture interviewed various regional energy efficiency organizations (REEOs) about their reflections on the National Standard Practice…

Smart Discussion on Smart Grids

As more and more distributed resources come onto the grid, we are coming full circle back to something that looks more like Edison’s original…

Cost-Effectiveness Testing Needs a Refresh. The "Minnesota Test" Could be Just the Thing.

Cost-effectiveness testing is an important part of energy efficiency planning, reporting and evaluation. Utilities use cost-effectiveness tests to…

MEEA's Guide to Utility Consumer Advocates in the Midwest

The average Midwesterner pays 65% more for electricity than they did at the turn of the millennium. Saving energy is a key way to help lower customer…

MEEA’s Guide to Stakeholder Collaboration

As a membership organization that includes utilities, businesses, advocates and government agencies, MEEA knows the power of collaboration. Time and…

How Do We Increase Multifamily Energy Efficiency? With Good Data

If you are like me (or 14.8% of Midwesterners), you live in multifamily housing. And if you’ve ever been a multifamily tenant, then you know it can…