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Our country’s schools are past due for an upgrade to improve the safety and resiliency of the buildings that more students are returning to every day. That’s why the Alliance is calling on Congress to pass the Open Back Better Act,...

The federal government is the largest energy user in the United States, and the Department of Defense uses more energy annually than any other agency, accounting for more than three quarters of the entire federal...

Depending on who you ask, electrification is either an enormous opportunity or a concern to grid supply and reliability. But like with other trends in the energy sphere, it is what we make of it – and we now have the technologies at hand to capitalize on the demand flexibility that beneficial...

With severe weather-related events increasing, we need to find solutions that will reduce energy demand without shutting off the power, and first among these should be an Active Efficiency approach.

 “Decarbonization” is the buzz word of the day, and like many other buzz words, its meaning can be easily misconstrued. While the idea behind decarbonization is simple – reducing carbon emissions – it’s associated with a lot of ideas and opinions that are often irrelevant, and sometimes...

The air we breathe has an unequivocal impact on our wellbeing.

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