Gregory Ehrendreich

Greg Ehrendreich

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gehrendreich@mwalliance.org

312.784.7273

Senior Analyst

As the policy team’s Senior Analyst, Greg uses data and analysis to support MEEA's policy activities. Greg is MEEA’s state policy lead for Indiana and Kentucky and works in the focus areas of Integrated Resource Planning, cost effectiveness testing and regulatory tracking. Greg’s early career ran the gamut from graduate study in cartilage biochemistry, to retail and service industry work, and then to labor organizing and activism. Directly prior to joining MEEA, Greg returned to graduate 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

The Best Tools for Understanding Benefit-Cost Analysis Just Got Better

Since 2017, MEEA has been promoting the National Standard Practice Manual for Energy Efficiency (NSPM for EE) around the Midwest. We’ve held webinars…

Workshop Recap: How to Pursue Industrial Efficiency in a Changing Policy Environment

More than 60 attendees at the 2020 Midwest Energy Solutions Conference attended a workshop focused on engaging industrial customers through energy…

Utility System Impacts of Energy Efficiency: Taking Nothing for Granted

In the 36 years since the California Standard Practice Manual (CaSPM) was first released, cost-effectiveness testing has spread across the country…

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…