Since its publication in May 2017, awareness, understanding and support for use of the NSPM continues to grow. You can see references to the NSPM in regulatory dockets, federal/US DOE inquiries, legislative bills, and other documents where the NSPM is recommended as the framework that jurisdictions can use to inform their cost-effectiveness practices.
Examples of NSPM references through June 2020 are detailed in a complete, updated 13-page printable PDF of the summary table.
NESP is monitoring developments, and will provide updates as they evolve. If you are aware of any references to the NSPM that are not listed in the downloadable files, please contact NSPM@nationalefficiencyscreening.org with relevant information.
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