Resources | Alliance to Save Energy
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Blog Post 01/07/20 The Season Ahead - Energy Efficiency Needs to Step Up to the Plate
Blog Post 01/02/20 These New Building Codes Could Finally Ensure New Houses are Ready for Charging Electric Vehicles
Media Release 12/27/19 New Model Energy Code Will Make Charging Electric Vehicles More Convenient
Media Release 12/26/19 Local Governments Vote Resoundingly for Improved Efficiency in National Model Energy Code
Media Release 12/20/19 Latest Lightbulb Rollback Means Less Energy Savings and Higher Costs for Consumers
Blog Post 12/20/19 No ‘Bah Humbug’ This Year as Congress Gives a Big Boost to Efficiency – And Makes Clear What Needs to Get Done
Blog Post 12/18/19 Introducing the Energy Efficiency Impact Report: Finally, a Guide to the Numbers
Media Release 12/17/19 Tax Package Fails to Deliver Certainty Needed to Drive Long-Term Efficiency Investment
Media Release 12/16/19 First-of-Its-Kind Report Reveals Dramatic Energy Efficiency Impacts, Warns of Stalled Progress in Face of Climate Challenge
Media Release 12/16/19 Congress's Increased Energy Efficiency Funding Will Drive Energy Savings and Investment
Blog Post 12/11/19 Congress Set Toilet Standards in 1992. Here's the Data Showing They're Saving Water and Energy.
Media Release 12/10/19 Bipartisan Pair of Lawmakers Joins Alliance Honorary Board
Advocacy 12/04/19 NOPR Energy Conservation Standards Process Rule (May 6, 2019)
Blog Post 12/04/19 'Tis the Season for Efficiency Wins
Media Release 12/02/19 Alliance Welcomes Dan Brouillette's Confirmation as Energy Secretary
Blog Post 11/26/19 We're Thankful for These Easy Ways to Save Energy on Turkey Day
Blog Post 11/22/19 Energy Efficiency Solutions to the Climate Crisis that Our Policymakers Should Deliver On
Media Release 11/19/19 Alliance Welcomes Efficiency Incentives in Energy Tax Bill
Media Release 11/13/19 Clay Nesler Appointed Interim President of the Alliance to Save Energy
Blog Post 11/12/19 Up to Four Times as Many Air Conditioners are Expected by 2050. We Need an Efficiency Breakthrough.