Blog Post | February 23, 2016

Why we need innovations AND insulation

Bill Gates, billionaire philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft, marked several items off his 2015 to-do list when he announced the creation of two coalitions (one of international governments, the other of billionaire investors) for investing money in developing renewable energy innovations, while pledging one billion dollars of his own money to the effort.

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Press Release | July 31, 2012

Energy-Efficient Affordable Housing Can Dramatically Improve Residents’ Economic Stability

New Report Shows How Energy-Efficient Manufactured Homes Can Save Consumers Billions

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Blog Post | November 12, 2008

Progress and Setbacks for "30% Solution" at Minneapolis Code Hearing

A campaign by energy efficiency advocates to accomplish a 30 percent energy efficiency improvement to the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) came to a head in September at the final action hearings of the International Code Council (ICC) in Minneapolis. The IECC is the national model energy code that is used by 44 states to set minimum energy efficiency requirements for residential and commercial new construction.

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Press Release | November 11, 2008

Banking on Energy Savings: How to Heat and Save in a Cool Economy

Washington, D.C. — With the downturn in the economy grabbing daily headlines, consumers across the nation are looking for ways to reduce living expenses and save money. While we can’t help with your slumping 401k, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) does have some useful tips to help ease the burden of winter energy bills.

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Press Release | September 19, 2008

Virginia Can Reduce Electricity Needs by 20 Percent Through Energy Efficiency, Says ACEEE Report

Richmond, Virginia — By investing in energy-efficient technologies, the Commonwealth of Virginia can reduce its electricity needs by one-fifth; deliver cleaner, less-expensive power to Virginia consumers; create thousands of new jobs; and better position the state to more cost effectively meet its future energy requirements, according to a new report by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

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Press Release | December 5, 2005

ACEEE Helps Consumers Stay Warm, Take the Chill Off High Heating Bills

Washington, D.C. — With headlines full of dire warnings about high heating bills putting the squeeze on pocketbooks this winter, what's a consumer to do? First, take a deep breath and relax—ACEEE offers tips to help consumers save energy this winter and throughout the year. The new Consumer Guide: Condensed Online Version offers advice from ACEEE's popular book, Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings.

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