Energy 2030

The Alliance Commission on National Energy Efficiency Policy was created in 2012 to identify solutions for increasing U.S. energy productivity and aid in jump-starting the economy. At the core of the Commission’s work is Energy 2030, a comprehensive set of recommendations with the potential to double U.S. energy productivity by 2030.   

About Energy 2030

The next generation of energy efficiency policy

Recommendations

A path to doubling our nation's energy productivity

Impact

A snapshot of the U.S. when energy productivity doubles

Implementation

Activities underway at the federal, state & local level

: Alliance in the News
Former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to Headline the World Energy ... PR Newswire (press release) The WEEC will include over 250 speakers, including Opening Session speakers former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger; Senator Jeff Sessions; Kateri Callahan, President of the Alliance to Save Energy ; and Jim Bolte, President of Toyota Manufacturing, ... and more »
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White House backs Senate energy efficiency bill The Hill (blog) This initiative focuses on growing U.S. manufacturing of clean energy products, boosting U.S. manufacturing competitiveness across the board by increasing manufacturing energy productivity , and providing training and technical assistance for manufacturers. and more »
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Gov. Jay Inslee (D-Wash.) and Mayor Mike McGinn joined energy leaders from across the country today at City Hall to bring the Energy 2030 vision of doubling U.S. energy productivity by 2030 to Seattle.
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“The House Appropriations Committee stated yesterday that its highest priorities are to lower gas prices, support American manufacturing, and strengthen the electricity grid – it then slashed investments to energy efficiency programs, making achieving these goals decidedly more difficult. This action is particularly confounding because the Committee report acknowledges the economic benefits of the compromised programs.