Improving energy productivity means producing more goods & services using less energy.
That saves money, increases jobs, & reduces energy waste.
It means getting more GDP out of every energy unit consumed.
Created and led by Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) and National Grid US President Tom King, the Alliance Commission on National Energy Efficiency Policy was created in 2012 to identify solutions for increasing U.S. energy productivity and aid in jump-starting the economy.
Based on findings from the Commission’s initial research reports, they established an ambitious goal of doubling U.S. energy productivity by 2030. The Commission then worked for a year to identify the most impactful bipartisan energy policy solutions to move America forward to achieving this goal. The result of their effort is Energy 2030, a set of energy policy recommendations that urges policymakers at all levels of government - local, state and federal - to take action.
The Alliance continues to work at all levels of government, as well as with the private sector, to successfully implement the Commission's recommendations in order to double the nation's energy productivity by 2030.