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If carbon emissions are still increasing in 2021, what hope do we have of cutting emissions to net zero when we’re using almost 50% more energy globally in 2050? The answer lies in the rapid deployment of clean...

While the one constant this year may have been change, the Alliance had exactly the right people – and exactly the right mission – to not only manage the uncertainty, but to come out ahead with one of the most notable years for energy efficiency since our founding.

2021 has been a year of high highs and low lows, and unfortunately, the lows seem to be dominating the news cycle in the year’s waning days – making it difficult to remember the many reasons for celebration throughout 2021.

The infrastructure bill includes a critical provision providing $225 million in grants over five years to state and local governments to adopt updated building energy codes and to train the workforce. This funding will...

President Joe Biden’s most recent administrative action should come with a spoiler alert because the plot is given away in the title. The ...

There are two very important parts of the Alliance to Save Energy’s mission, both of which I find very appealing. One is a belief that saving energy through efficiency or conservation is a powerful force for good in the world...




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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.


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