Summer is almost over. The end of hot, humid days is close and we're readying for schools season. However, we want to take a moment for some reflection. NEEP has been fortunate to once again have a terrific group of interns this summer, thanks in part to the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s Internship Program. The interns have learned a lot about the energy efficiency field in both program and policy, and have made important contributions to our work during their time with our team. While they will soon leave us to finish degrees or enter the world of work, we hope that the insights and connections they have gained through this experience will serve them moving forward.
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At NEEP, Rachel has helped collect, review, and conduct QA/QC on data submitted to the Regional Energy Efficiency Database (REED). She has also researched EM&V related developments relevant to advanced data collection and data analytic tools to support NEEP briefings and reports. “Interning with the EM&V team has opened my eyes to technological advancements in the space,” said Rachel. “The industry and markets are constantly reacting to change and I look forward to seeing what developments the future holds for energy efficiency!”
Her time at NEEP and participating in the mentorship program at NEEP’s 2016 Summit has made Rachel excited to start a career in the world of clean energy and energy efficiency. And she won’t have to wait long: Rachel has landed a job with ICF International, where she’ll soon work as a product and data support analyst in the Energy Efficiency Division of ICF’s Washington, D.C. office. Congrats Rachel!
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