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Are you looking into upgrading your home heating as temperatures drop – or perhaps thinking about installing A/C after the ...

History shows that we’re not always good at doing transitions the right way: underserved communities are typically the last to receive the benefits of new technologies. There are already signs that the EV revolution is unfolding the same way. 

Last month, the Senate passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, a landmark bipartisan effort to invest in cleaner, more resilient infrastructure across the United States. Of special importance in the...

At the end of July, one of my roommates in the townhouse we rent in the D.C. suburbs pointed out that while we had the thermostat set to 74 degrees, the house was 78. Oh well, I thought. If the A.C. is barely kicking on, maybe we’ll have a smaller energy bill at least.


Here at the Alliance, we’re preparing for one of our favorite events of the year coming up on Oct. 6 … Energy Efficiency Day! This annual event celebrates ...

As the saying goes, the cheapest unit of energy is the one you don’t use. Energy efficiency rebates and programs are proven ways to help customers reduce their energy use and save money. But how do energy utilities expand access to their energy efficiency initiatives to serve all customers and...




Help the Alliance advocate for policies to use energy more efficiently – supporting job creation, reduced emissions, and lower costs. Contact your member of Congress.


Energy efficiency is smart, nonpartisan, and practical. So are we. Our strength comes from an unparalleled group of Alliance Associates working collaboratively under the Alliance umbrella to pave the way for energy efficiency gains.


The power of efficiency is in your hands. Supporting the Alliance means supporting a vision for using energy more productively to achieve economic growth, a cleaner environment, and greater energy security, affordability, and reliability.