Resources | Alliance to Save Energy
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Blog Post 03/06/19 DOE Looks to the Future: Energy Efficient and Flexible Building Loads Cut Costs and Increase Grid Reliability
Media Release 03/06/19 Alliance Adds Two Utility Veterans to Board
Article 03/05/19 39 New Jersey Schools Participate in PowerSave Schools Programs
Blog Post 02/26/19 Direct Current Power Systems Can Save Energy, So Building Developers are Getting a New Incentive to Incorporate Them
Blog Post 02/20/19 Energy Efficiency: The Extreme-Weather-Resilient Resource
Blog Post 02/15/19 ZEV State Status to Take Colorado Higher in Electric Car Sales
Blog Post 02/15/19 Energy Productivity Has Gone Way Up, But These Numbers Show We Need to Keep Pushing
Blog Post 02/11/19 The 116th Congress: Restoring and Reforming Tax Incentives for Energy Efficiency
Media Release 02/07/19 Alliance Urges Congress to Tap Energy Efficiency in Infrastructure Policy to Reduce Costs, Carbon Emissions
Blog Post 02/06/19 Electric Cars Are Here, So Why Are We Still Building Homes That Aren't Ready for Charging Them?
Media Release 02/05/19 Alliance to Congressional Panel: Energy Efficiency is the Top Tool on Climate
Blog Post 01/28/19 Will Super Bowl LIII be the Most Energy-Efficient One Yet?
Blog Post 01/25/19 Save Energy and Protect Against Outages with No Upfront Cost? NASA Says Yes, Please.
Media Release 01/23/19 Alliance Welcomes Bill to Speed Home Weatherization Funding
Blog Post 01/22/19 The Bill-Cutting Magic of Tidying Up Your Home's Energy Waste
Blog Post 01/17/19 New York State Wants Drivers to Go Electric. Here’s How it's Preparing a Fast-Charger Network to Make That Possible.
Blog Post 01/16/19 Will 2019 Be the Year Building Energy Codes Take the Next Leap Forward? We Hope So.
Fact Sheet 01/10/19 FY2019 Funding for the Department of Energy
Blog Post 01/09/19 We're Not Going to Clean Up Transportation if People Have to Drive Farther and Farther
Blog Post 01/04/19 How Can Energy Service Companies and Utilities Partner More Closely to Boost Systems-Level Efficiency?