The Quiet Revolution in Cost-Effectiveness Testing

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MEEA Webinars


The cost-effectiveness tests used for energy efficiency programs are decades old and, in many cases, haven’t kept up with the energy policy goals of the states that use them. The National Standard Practice Manual (NSPM) is an attempt to bring cost-effectiveness testing up to date to meet modern needs. 

In this webinar, we’ll get an inside look at why the State of Minnesota re-evaluated their tests and how they used the NSPM to envision a new, customized Minnesota Test. 

The webinar will feature Adam Zoet, Principal Energy Planner with the Minnesota Department of Commerce and Tim Woolf, Vice President at Synapse Energy Economics, lead author of the Minnesota report and one of the NSPM authors.