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ERCOT’s conservation alert brings attention to the fact that yes, using less energy can prevent blackouts – the power thankfully stayed on in Texas last week and ERCOT was able to lift the conservation notice after a...

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.

 

As America recovers and reopens from the COVID-19 pandemic, my organization, the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), has joined dozens of partners, including the Alliance to Save Energy, in calling on lawmakers to invest in the resilience, health, safety, and performance of...

As temperatures rise, the digits on monthly energy bills tend to follow as we crank up the A.C. and dig out the fans. But there are a number of energy-efficient behaviors, technologies, and programs available that offer simple ways to keep down your energy expenses – while also being kind to the...

The FAST Act’s looming expiration date in September and the Biden administration’s release of its $2 trillion American Jobs Plan has Capitol Hill debating what constitutes infrastructure.

At the Department of Energy’s Better Buildings, Better Plants Summit, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm announced ...

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