November 11, 2016
C&I Program Summaries Available
Many of the 2016 Commercial and Industrial Program Summaries are now available, including a new CEE Strategic Energy Management (SEM) Program Summary, which paints a landscape of SEM programs across the US and Canada with in-depth characterizations of individual SEM offerings. CEE collected detailed information on the design, delivery strategies, and results of fifteen industrial SEM programs. The CEE community then developed a brief analysis of emerging program models and trends. This and other CEE program summaries enable member program administrators, industry partners, and efficiency stakeholders to quickly assess program support and investment for particular technologies and services. They also demonstrate the impact of trusted CEE initiatives, and how these are being used today to transform commercial and industrial markets.
In general, CEE program summaries are designed to provide an overview of voluntary programs for the promotion of energy efficient commercial and industrial end uses and building approaches. They also communicate CEE member program details to key market players and stakeholders. Summaries include goals and objectives, program requirements, and many other details. Commercial and Industrial committees assess the program summary content each year to guide committee work.
The table below provides handy links. Information is collected from members, compiled in spreadsheets, and made available to the entire CEE membership through the CEE Forum. Abridged versions are also posted here on the CEE website.
Value to CEE Membership
- Facilitates information exchange among CEE members about programs
- Serves as a reference for members looking to research specific information about comparable programs across the US and Canada
- Tracks the progress of CEE Initiatives
Value to Industry Stakeholders
- Helps manufacturers, retailers, distributors, and trade allies gain a sense for the landscape of efficiency programs across the US and Canada
- Gives a snapshot of the industry for trade allies and service providers