April 2011

Blog | April 27, 2011

ACEEE Promotes Regional Capacity Building by Establishing Industrial Energy Efficiency Network

Policymakers, advocates, and program managers interested in energy efficiency have increasingly been realizing that a one-size-fits-all approach is not always the best solution, especially considering the impact state and local policy and regulations can have. These state and regional variations are particularly significant in the manufacturing sector, with many industries concentrated in specific parts of the country.

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Blog | April 8, 2011

Location Efficiency: The Energy Efficiency Opportunity of “Where” Is Here

How does where we build our homes, businesses, and transportation infrastructure impact our energy use?  A recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report  attempts to tackle just that question. The report analyzes the energy use associated with different housing and neighborhood types. It also serves as a concise and readable primer on research related to the energy implications of “location efficiency.”

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