Emerging Trends Series: The Future of Energy Efficiency


With multiple Northeast states ranked as national leaders in energy efficiency for multiple years in a row, the region has been at the forefront of driving adoption of the “least cost fuel” as a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and customers’ energy bills. Today, the region is heading into an era when evolving business models, technologies and platforms are presenting new opportunities to engage customers and products and services providers to drive further energy efficiency through electrification and digitization.

State policymakers must explore ways to evolve and align incentives, policies and practices to advance these efforts in ways that are more strategic and valuable to the customer, while also driving the growth of solar, wind, heat pumps and other smart grid services.

Please join the NECEC team and speakers from leading companies and organizations working to drive energy efficiency through new policy mechanisms and with innovative technologies and service models that will chart a new course for energy efficiency in the Northeast.


  • Sue Coakley, Executive Director, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP)
  • Tim Fu, Group Product Manager, FirstFuel Software
  • Anna Pavlova, Vice President, Government Relations, Schneider Electric
  • Anne Reynolds, Executive Director, Alliance for Clean Energy New York (ACE NY)
  • Tom Burton, Chair, Energy & Sustainability Practice Group, Mintz Levin (Moderator)

Location: Mintz Levin | 1 Financial Center | Boston, MA 02111

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