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A new analysis from the U.S. Department of Energy strengthens the case for reinstating energy efficiency tax incentives.
Two recent reports provide some impressive evidence about the specific benefits of efficiency programs that are threatened with cuts.
We need a broad national transportation policy conversation, guided by a principle we can all get behind: meeting tomorrow’s transportation needs while using less energy.
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Physical space and business dynamics of the workplace are changing. Employees demand flexibility and employers—looking to attract and retain the best workers—are deploying technological innovation to deliver improvements in the working environment.
The report provides evidence of the powerful, positive role that energy efficiency plays in meeting grid reliability, resilience, and affordability goals.
A budget cut here and there to energy efficiency programs could lead to worse energy system reliability and resilience.
It's critical for businesses in the energy efficiency market that no new tariffs are imposed.
Energy efficiency saves consumers and businesses money on bills
It is natural, in times of tight budgets, to ensure that government programs give a real bang for their buck. But as the current administration and Congress dedicate themselves to saving taxpayers’ dollars, we urge them to think twice about cutting the programs that, well … save the taxpayers’ dollars.
Most people don’t associate the water coming from their faucets or flowing down their drains as energy intensive. Truth is, water and wastewater systems are enormous consumers of energy.