Currently, REED contains program level data for the following ten states: Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The database contains the following information:
- Annual & Lifetime Energy Savings
- Peak Demand Savings
- Avoided Air Emissions
- Program Expenditures
- Job Creation Impacts
- Cost of Saved Energy
- Program Funding Sources
- Supporting Information
- Cost Effectiveness Screening - In Development
REED data is updated annually and is presented in report formats, which can be viewed by clicking the 'Reports' tab or by using the button below. For further assistance in navigating REED, please see the 'Instructions' tab. REED data can be used to inform state and regional policies, state benchmarking, and for other research and analysis purposes. For examples of how NEEP has used REED, please visit the 'REED Resources' page.
Visit REED today by clicking the 'Access REED' button in the upper left of this page!