BLOG TO SAVE ENERGY
March 20, 2019 : :
Trump Wants to Withhold $353 Million That Congress Told Him to Spend on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
The administration’s new budget proposal suggests funding energy efficiency in part through “unobligated balances” – deferring money that Congress directed it to spend already.
March 13, 2019 :
In 2018, energy efficiency jobs showed the highest rate of growth across the energy sector, adding 76,000 new positions. In fact, roughly half of all new energy jobs are in energy efficiency, which was again among the largest employers in the energy sector.
March 6, 2019 :
DOE Looks to the Future: Energy Efficient and Flexible Building Loads Cut Costs and Increase Grid Reliability
Understanding the impacts of load flexibility and prioritizing energy efficiency, along with advancing cutting-edge technologies to enhance grid modernization, are critical for improving building load flexibility to reduce peak demand. DOE can maximize these exciting benefits of load flexibility and encourage further innovation by pairing the evolution of load flexibility effectively with energy efficiency.
February 26, 2019 : :
Direct Current Power Systems Can Save Energy, So Building Developers are Getting a New Incentive to Incorporate Them
In some buildings, direct current power from on-site solar panels or batteries is converted to alternating current -- and then back again -- causing energy waste. A new initiative seeks to encourage integrating direct current power systems in buildings to avoid those losses.
February 22, 2019 :
Becoming a zero emission vehicle state will motivate automakers to deliver more plug-in electric vehicle models and thus increase future sales in the state.
February 20, 2019 :
In this guest blog post, NRDC's David B. Goldstein looks at how energy efficiency is the key resilient resource in extreme weather that produces more the more we need it: the more extreme the weather, the larger the savings from efficiency.
February 15, 2019 :
We take a close look at the new Sustainable Energy in America Factbook and what it means for the future of energy productivity.
February 11, 2019 :
Here we are in 2019 without any direct incentives for energy efficiency improvements in buildings and out-of-date incentives for electric vehicles. Congress should step up to address the problem.
February 6, 2019 :
The Alliance is advocating for a fix: adding a provision to the national model building code to require most new homes to include “EV-ready” circuits, which would allow charging equipment to be installed much more easily and cheaply.
January 29, 2019 :
Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium – the site of Sunday’s Super Bowl – turns out to be an energy efficiency showcase.