Energy 2030 Goal

The Alliance to Save Energy advocates a bold but achievable goal of doubling energy productivity in the U.S. by 2030 (getting twice as much economic output from each unit of energy).

Energy 2030 seeks to galvanize action at the federal, state, and local levels of government, as well as in the private sector, by engaging stakeholders in a national, shared commitment to doubling U.S. energy productivity by 2030.

Save $327 billion annually in avoided energy costs

Create 1.3 million jobs

Reduce imports to represent a mere 7% of overall energy consumption

Lower greenhouse gas emissions to 1/3 below the level emitted in 2005

: Media Release
The Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a final rule establishing criteria for federal agencies that choose to employ green building rating systems (RIN 1904 – AC13). The rule covers new construction and major renovations of federal buildings — including certain residential construction — of $2.5 million or more begun on or after October 14, 2015. The rule does not specify use of any particular certification system, but rather establishes criteria that promote energy efficient building designs and that focus on energy and water management.
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Today the Alliance to Save Energy (Alliance), Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA), and ASHRAE co-hosted the latest stop on the Energy 2030 On the Road nationwide campaign . The Energy 2030 On the Road : Southeast event , which took place at ASHRAE headquarters in Atlanta, is the latest in a series of campaign stops that aim to get states...
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WHAT: The Alliance to Save Energy , Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA), and ASHRAE are cohosting the next Energy 2030 On the Road event in Atlanta, Georgia on June 23. Continuing the momentum from previous campaign stops, the event will encourage energy efficiency stakeholders in the Southeast to endorse the goal to double our nation’s energy productivity by the year...