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Blog | August 18, 2010

ACEEE Student Scholarship Winners

ICF International, Portland Energy Conservation, Incorporated, and the ACEEE staff and Board sponsored Summer Study scholarships for seven undergraduate and graduate students. The award paid for the conference registration fee, housing and meals, and a portion of transportation costs.

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Blog | August 9, 2010

Another Reason to Buy a Super-Efficient Refrigerator

On a personal note, I learned about an additional benefit of investing in a super-efficient refrigerator.  About two months ago my wife and I finally bought a new refrigerator—the new Whirlpool model that is the most efficient on the market.

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Blog | May 9, 2010

Federal Policy - Some Progress But the Crystal Ball Is Far From Clear

ACEEE continues to work hard on efficiency policies at the federal level and has made some progress, but the big question is whether a comprehensive federal energy and/or climate change bill will be able to move forward this year.

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Press Release | April 1, 2010

New National Water Heater Standards Give Efficiency a Major Boost


Washington, D.C. — New efficiency standards released late yesterday by the Obama Administration’s Department of Energy (DOE) will deliver huge energy savings nationwide by making each of the millions of new water heaters installed more energy-efficient, according to a coalition of energy efficiency, consumer, and environmental organizations.

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Press Release | December 2, 2009

New Water Heater Efficiency Standards Deliver Savings—But Not Enough


Washington, D.C. — New home water heater efficiency standards proposed yesterday by the Obama Administration will save energy and money for U.S. households and reduce global warming and other harmful emissions; but they fall short of their potential according to a broad coalition of energy-efficiency, consumer and environmental organizations. 

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