Press Release | December 19, 2003

ACEEE's Tips for Gifts That Keep on Giving

WASHINGTON, D.C. — 'Tis the season to remember others. As you select holiday gifts for those special people on your list, remember that energy-efficient products give back extra benefits throughout the year. And with energy prices going up as the temperatures go down in many places, this could be the best year yet to give the gift of energy efficiency. Your friends and family will save on their energy bills and we'll all enjoy a cleaner, healthier environment. With this in mind, ACEEE presents tips for holiday gifts that keep on giving!

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Press Release | October 20, 2003

New Consumer Guide Can Help Prevent High Heating Bills

Washington, D.C. — Facing this winter's high heating bills can be a lot less painful for consumers who turn for help to the Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings. The 8th edition of this popular guide published by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) was released today just in time to combat declining temperatures and rising concerns about winter heating bills.

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Press Release | April 11, 2003

ACEEE Recognizes The Nation's Top Energy Efficiency Programs

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) is pleased to announce its new report profiling 63 energy efficiency programs selected from around the country for their "best practices." These 63 programs are spread across 20 different program categories, ranging from commercial new construction to residential lighting. ACEEE selected these programs from over 130 programs nominated in a national search.

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Press Release | August 19, 2002
Press Release | January 19, 2001

Take the Chill Out of High Heating Bills: Current Lists of Most Efficient Heating Equipment Now Available

Washington, D.C. — Prices for natural gas and heating oil are up 50% or more in many parts of the United States. While the price of fuel is out of the hands of consumers, there are steps consumers can take to reduce their bills by conserving energy and reducing fuel consumption.

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