The Delaware Energy Efficiency Advisory Council (EEAC) helps Delawareans reduce energy loss and cost through energy efficiency programs. The EEAC is a collaborative panel of representatives that develops statewide programs to increase energy efficiency, reduce energy usage, and lower consumer energy costs.
The council was established by the legislature in 2014 as part of the Delaware Energy Act (29 Del.C. Chapter 80, Subchapter II) which enables Delaware electric and gas utilities to provide cost-effective energy efficiency programs to their customers and will help Delaware meet statewide energy savings targets.
A collection of agendas, minutes and meeting materials is also available.
The council includes 13 representatives from a wide range of stakeholders who assist with the development and deployment of energy efficiency programs and financing mechanisms. Council members include representatives from the Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility, Delaware’s energy utilities, DNREC, and the manufacturing, agriculture, environmental, commercial, residential, and low-income sectors.
Glenn A. Moore
Mark A. Nielson
Delaware Electric Cooperative
Delaware Energy Users Group
Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation
Delaware Manufacturing Extension Partnership
Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility
Cassandra T. Marshall
Quaker Hill Neighborhood Association
Harris B. McDowell, III
Delaware State Senate
Delaware Nature Society
The mission of the Delaware Energy Efficiency Advisory Council is to assist affected energy providers in the development of energy efficiency, energy conservation, peak demand reduction, and emission-reducing fuel switching programs for all customer classes. These programs and financing mechanisms will be cost-effective, reliable, and feasible, and include evaluation, measurement, and verification of energy savings. The council shall collaborate with the Public Service Commission staff and the Public Advocate to recommend candidate programs for three-year portfolios to be approved by the Public Service Commission or the appropriate governing body.
The council includes two permanent subcommittee. The membership of both includes, at a minimum, a representative from each program administrator, DNREC, and from consultants to the council. Other members of the council may join either subcommittee.
The Low-Income Energy Efficiency Subcommittee was created to support all Delaware low-income energy efficiency programs and initiatives by providing feedback and guidance on the development and implementation of cost-effective program offerings.
The Evaluation, Measurement and Verification Subcommittee (EM&V) prepares recommendations for the council related to planning, managing, directing, overseeing, and reporting of all Evaluation, Measurement and Verification activities.