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Blog Post These Countries Are Planning an Energy-Efficient Recovery
Media Release Alliance to Save Energy Names Paula Glover as New President
Blog Post Actually, Building Retrofits are a Huge Job Creator
Blog Post Sustainable Energy as a Service: The Case for Standardization
Blog Post Saving Energy in Buildings When Nobody is in Them
Blog Post Connecting the ‘Incentive Disconnect’ in Rentals
Blog Post How to Save Money on Your Energy Bill No Matter Your Budget
Blog Post Introducing the Energy Efficiency Magazine: Special Edition on Economic Recovery
Media Release Alliance Recognizes Efficiency Maine Trust as 2020 Star of Energy Efficiency
Blog Post With the Right Policies, We Can Have An Electrified and Automated Mobility System that Creates Equitable, Good-Paying Jobs.
Blog Post There’s Lots of Reasons to Sweat Over Getting Cool. These Companies Are Tackling the Cooling Challenge Head On.
Blog Post Microgrids for Resilience, Yes. But Don’t Overlook Their Efficiency Potential.
Blog Post Legal Cannabis Presents Challenges for Utilities, Opportunities for Energy Efficiency
Blog Post Proof Our COVID Priorities Could Recover – and Expand – Energy Efficiency Jobs
Blog Post Enabling Active Efficiency through Digitalization
Media Release Alliance Welcomes Dynamic Group of Industry Experts to Its Board
Blog Post Building Back Better: The Impact of Smarter, Cleaner American Ports
Blog Post Rolling Back Appliance Efficiency Standards Just Doesn’t Make Sense
Blog Post Active Efficiency: Bridging the Digital Divide to Address Energy Inequity
Blog Post Without Congressional Action, It Would Take 15 Years to Recover Energy Efficiency Jobs
Blog Post BETTER Building Efficiency is Now Possible With Data-Driven Energy Analysis
Blog Post First-of-Kind Study on Residential Energy Use Shows Where Efficiency – and Equity – Must Improve
Blog Post Stimulating Energy Efficiency: Five Lessons from the Great Recession
Blog Post Heat Waves and COVID-19 are a Dangerous Combination. Energy Efficiency is a Long-term Solution.
Blog Post EECC’s Opening Chapter: 12 Years at the Alliance & An Almost 50% Boost in Building Energy Efficiency
Blog Post Kids May or May Not Go to School in Fall. But We Need to Start Preparing for When They Do.
Blog Post Working on Your Green Thumb? Make Your Garden Efficient with These Tips.
Blog Post People and Partnerships: Energy Management Lessons from the U.S. Custom House in Philadelphia
Blog Post The Clean Energy Transition is Here, and We Can’t Let COVID Wreck It
Blog Post What’s in the Biden Climate Plan for Efficiency? A lot.




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Energy efficiency is smart, nonpartisan, and practical. So are we. Our strength comes from an unparalleled group of Alliance Associates working collaboratively under the Alliance umbrella to pave the way for energy efficiency gains.


The power of efficiency is in your hands. Supporting the Alliance means supporting a vision for using energy more productively to achieve economic growth, a cleaner environment, and greater energy security, affordability, and reliability.