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September 2010

Press Release | September 27, 2010

Today’s Energy Standards for Refrigerators Reflect Consensus By Advocates, Industry to Increase Appliance Efficiency


Washington, D.C. – Advocacy groups and appliance manufacturers hailed a 25 percent increase in energy efficiency for most new refrigerators, starting in 2014, thanks to new efficiency standards that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced today, continuing a 40-year trend of improving energy efficiency for this essential home appliance.

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Press Release | September 27, 2010

Today’s Energy Standards for Refrigerators Reflect Consensus By Advocates, Industry to Increase Appliance Efficiency


Washington, D.C. – Advocacy groups and appliance manufacturers hailed a 25 percent increase in energy efficiency for most new refrigerators, starting in 2014, thanks to new efficiency standards that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced today, continuing a 40-year trend of improving energy efficiency for this essential home appliance.

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Press Release | September 27, 2010

Today’s Energy Standards for Refrigerators Reflect Consensus By Advocates, Industry to Increase Appliance Efficiency


Washington, D.C. – Advocacy groups and appliance manufacturers hailed a 25 percent increase in energy efficiency for most new refrigerators, starting in 2014, thanks to new efficiency standards that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced today, continuing a 40-year trend of improving energy efficiency for this essential home appliance.

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Press Release | September 15, 2010

18 State-Led Energy Efficiency Programs Recognized As Best In U.S.

ACEEE Announces Five Top Energy-Efficiency Award Winning Programs in Colorado, Hawaii, Maryland, and New York

Press Conference Audio Available (from event organized by The Hastings Group).

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Press Release | September 13, 2010

ACEEE to Name Top State-Led Energy Efficiency Programs

News Advisory

Top Honors for Programs in Five Regions of U.S.To Be Announced

National Report Will Examine 18 Leading Programs

 

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Blog | September 10, 2010

The Legislative Clock Is Running Out on Federal Energy Policy

 As Congress returns from its summer recess, it is unclear whether some of the major federal energy efficiency policy priorities that ACEEE and the energy efficiency community have been working on will be enacted into law. Our priorities include:

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