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 Machinist repairing brushes on large motor. Motor system management offers efficiency.

 Energy efficiency in commercial lighting systems. Source: iStockphoto

CEE at a Glance Behavior Insights and ToolsAnnual Industry Report collects and . . . | Founded in 1991 | 14th annual Industry Partners Meeting presentations | Over 100 program administrator members, operating in 46 states and seven provinces | click for more

CEE is the US and Canadian consortium of gas and electric efficiency program administrators. We work together to accelerate the development and availability of energy efficient products and services for lasting public benefit.

Energy Efficiency Programs

CEE members build infrastructure supporting national markets in efficiency. Our tried and true market initiatives impact residential, commercial, and industrial products and services, including consumer electronics, home appliances, data centers, HVAC, lighting, motor systems, water heating, and more. Have an idea for meeting efficiency targets? Let's Get Started!

Influencing Markets. CEE works with industry to bring efficient products to market.

 Social sciences inform behavioral energy efficiency programs

CEE News

April 5, 2013 CEE Annual Industry report released; expenditures reach $7.6 billion Boston, MA...
Over the fifteen-year life span of the CEE Super Efficient Appliance Initiative, market penetration...
September 4, 2012 Boston, MA—CEE is happy to announce that Joanne Morin joined CEE as the...
CEE Release April 15, 2012 Boston, MA—With fans exhausting a constant flow of conditioned...
Budgets reach $9.1 billion; CEE Analysis Released March 14, 2012 Boston, MA—The...
February 15, 2012 Boston, MA—The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) announces...

CEE salutes members throughout the United States and Canada, including NRDC, Atmos Energy, ComEd, Seattle City Light, and Gulf Power

Presenting personalized energy solutions is very complex to execute, but it should be very simple for customers. It matters to customers that we have a program that lets them save energy at peak and earn credits on their bills.”

Heather Anderson, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company