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Press Release | August 26, 2011

New Refrigerator Standards the “Coolest Yet”


DOE Standards Will Cut Energy Usage by 25 Percent


 


New Department of Energy efficiency standards will cut the energy use of most new refrigerators by 25 percent and help save consumers money, create jobs, reduce pollution and spur innovation and investment, according to consumer, environment and energy efficiency groups.

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Blog Post | 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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Press Release | March 16, 2011

Bipartisan Efforts in 2005 Energy Bill Led to Significant Energy Efficiency Gains

Analysis of 2005 Energy Policy Act Shows Markets Transformed and Doors Opened to Further Legislation

 

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