Support the National Efficiency Screening Project



The National Efficiency Screening Project (NESP) is a group of organizations and individuals that are working together to improve the way that electricity and natural gas energy efficiency resources are screened for cost-effectiveness. The purpose of this initiative is to improve efficiency screening practices throughout the United States, and to help inform decision makers regarding which efficiency resources are in the public interest and what level of investment is appropriate.

Show your support by completing the form below. By completing this form, you acknowledge that you have read the National Efficiency Screening Project Mission Statement and agree to become a member of the National Efficiency Screening Project.

Read the Project's mission statement here.
  

There are several documents and presentations about NESPavailable for download, including:

Supporters 


Alliance to Save Energy


American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy


Arkansas Advanced Energy Association

Association for Energy Affordability
BKi

Building Performance Contractors Association

Building Performance Institute

Clinton Foundation: Home Energy Affordability Program

Conservation Connection Consulting
Conservation Services Group

Consumers Union
Democracy and Regulation

Earth Advantage

Efficiency First

Efficiency Vermont

Elevate Energy

Energy Federation Inc.
Environment America
Environment Northeast

Habitat for Humanity

Home Performance Guild of Oregon
Local Energy Alliance Program
MaGrann Associates

National Association for State Community Services Programs

National Center for Healthy Housing

National Grid


National Home Performance Council, Inc., a division of the Home Performance Coalition

National Housing Trust
National Resources Defense Council
Northeast Energy Efficiency Council
PECI
Performance Systems Development
Retrofit Software
Sealed
Sierra Club
Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance
Southern Environmental Law Center
Southwest Energy Efficiency Project
Truveon Corporation 

Union of Concerned Scientists
Wisconsin Energy Center