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As the White House and Congressional Democrats push to supplement a $550 billion bipartisan package with a $3.5...

A recent International Energy Agency report found that we must triple the rate of global energy efficiency deployment to stay on track for our...

“Infrastructure Week” may have turned into infrastructure year, but as August recess approaches, Congress is closer than ever to passing historic legislation that would transform America’s energy system.

Today, ENERGY STAR saves American consumers and businesses $35 billion a year, while accounting for 330 million metric tons of avoided greenhouse gas emissions annually – roughly 5% of what the U.S. emits each year. So why are we letting a program that delivers more than...

Today, all eyes are on Washington, D.C. as the nation transitions to new federal leadership in the White House. Shortly after being sworn in, President-elect Joe Biden is expected to take actions addressing the multiple crises facing the U.S., including the economic fallout of COVID-19,...

The year 2020 went according to no one’s plans. What started out with high expectations for increases in energy efficiency jobs and investment, with resulting benefits for cost savings and emissions reductions, quickly transformed into crisis control as COVID-19 took its toll on our health,...

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