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Many conversations around decarbonization center on supply-side solutions, like switching from carbon-emitting sources to renewables, nuclear power generation, and storage. However, that’s only looking at half of the problem. Demand-side mechanisms like demand flexibility provide significant...

“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.

We are officially halfway through the #SummerEnergyChallenge! Last month, we kicked off the season with a series of 12 energy-saving tips to try out during 12 weeks in June, July, and August.

As of June 30, 2021, the number of small businesses open in the U.S. had decreased by 47.8% compared to January 2020. That is the lowest percentage of small businesses open at any point since the...

This interview with Alliance Education Program Manager Doug Abbott was ...

The low-income households who would most benefit from energy efficiency resources are often the same households who have the most difficulty accessing them. To address this problem, we need to know more about these communities and where efforts would best be targeted.

 

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