Non-Energy Impacts Working Group

The purpose of the SAG Non-Energy Impacts Working Group (NEI Working Group) is to discuss  research plans and results from Illinois NEI studies as well as defensible methodologies to use across the state related to calculating non-energy impacts. The NEI Working Group may make recommendations to the Policy Manual Subcommittee or IL-TRM Technical Advisory Committee regarding how NEI results may be included in utilities’ reporting, cost-effectiveness analyses, and/or the IL-TRM.

  • Participation in the NEI Working Group is open to all interested SAG participants, unless a topic presents a financial conflict of interest. Contact the SAG Facilitator to join the NEI Working Group.

Upcoming Meetings

  • The next NEI Working Group meeting is anticipated in early 2020.

Additional Information on Non-Energy Impacts

Non-Energy Impact Research Plans

2019 Meeting Materials

NEI Working Group Meeting #5: Wednesday, November 6

Agenda

Joint Evaluator Presentation (Navigant and Opinion Dynamics): Economic Impact Assessment and Analysis

Job Reporting Policy: Excerpt from Policy Manual Version 2.0

NEI Working Group Meeting #4: Wednesday, May 1

Agenda

Joint Evaluator Presentation (Navigant and Opinion Dynamics): Methodology and Progress Update

NEI Working Group Meeting #3: Friday, March 22

Agenda

Joint Evaluator Presentation (Navigant and Opinion Dynamics): Methodology and Progress Update

NEI Working Group Meeting #2: Monday, February 4

Agenda

Methodologies to Assess Economic Impacts of EE Programs (Brian Eakin, Navigant and Zach Ross, Opinion Dynamics)

Memo to NEI Working from Navigant and Opinion Dynamics: Illinois Economic and Employment Impact Methodology (draft, January 30, 2019)

2018 NEI Working Group Meetings

NEI Working Group Meeting #1: Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Agenda (v2)

Navigant Presentation: Highlights of Non-Energy Impacts Research Plan for ComEd

Opinion Dynamics Presentation: Non-Energy Impacts Working Group Draft NEI Research Plan for Ameren Illinois 

Quantifying the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy: A Guide for State and Local Governments (U.S. EPA, 2018)

Follow-up to Meeting #1: Attendee List and Meeting Notes (9/14/18)