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Climate Change Policy

Blog | March 17, 2016

Introducing an ACEEE webinar series on energy efficiency and the Clean Power Plan

Energy efficiency is a proven and cost-effective strategy to reduce pollution and can help states comply with environmental regulations, including EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Even with the Supreme Court stay of the rule, there are many reasons to move forward with energy efficiency.

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Blog | February 24, 2016

Here’s a how-to guide to help states cut their emissions with energy efficiency

As inhabitants of the Information Age, we have the power to do whatever we put our minds to. Want to learn to tie a tie? There are tutorials on YouTube. Thinking of baking macaroons? Look it up on Pinterest. Want to learn a new language? There's an app for that. No matter what task you are tackling, there is likely an online guide to help you "do it yourself." While we might not be able to help you assemble IKEA furniture or truss a chicken, ACEEE can help you develop a strategy for complying with the Clean Power Plan while avoiding energy waste.

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Blog | January 19, 2016

Want to weigh your state’s Clean Power Plan compliance options? Check out our new SUPR 2 calculator

In October 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its Clean Power Plan (CPP) final rule, regulating greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants. Now that the final rule has been released, policymakers, state governments, utility and power plant owners, and other stakeholders are weighing their options to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) from the power sector for compliance with the rule.

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Blog | December 22, 2015

Vehicle fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards are working well, but could fall short of climate goals

The latest news from the EPA on light-duty vehicle fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions is…complicated. There’s good news and not-so-good news, and the array of factors that figure into EPA’s accounts of these matters is mind-boggling for those not tuned into the fine points.

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Blog | October 5, 2015

The many ways energy efficiency can boost your community’s resilience

Making sure cities are resilient to a broad array of challenges has become a core concern for anyone involved in urban planning.

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Blog | June 22, 2015

Did EIA underestimate the role of energy efficiency in the Clean Power Plan?

In May, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) released an analysis looking at the impacts of EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP). The overall EIA analysis finds that the goals in the CPP can be met, with energy efficiency, renewable energy and switching from coal to gas generation all playing a significant role, but with switching to natural gas playing the dominant role.

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Blog | September 4, 2014

CHP should also be part of EPA’s Clean Power Plan building blocks

EPA’s Clean Power Plan outlines four building blocks, each of which represent a category of measures that states can use to meet the first-ever federal regulation for reducing carbon dioxide from existing power plants.

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Press Release | June 17, 2014

To Protect Public Health, Many Major Cities Confront Urban Heat Island Effect

New Survey Finds Many Cities Already Responding to Record High Heat and Extreme Weather Events

Washington, D.C.A survey of North American cities by the ACEEE and the Global Cool Cities Alliance (GCCA) finds that confronting the challenges of extreme weather, adapting to a changing climate, and improving the health and resiliency of urban populations are driving cities to develop and implement strategies to reduce excess urban heat.

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Press Release | June 2, 2014

Energy Efficiency Poised for Key Role in New Power Plant Rule

Washington, D.C.—In response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s new proposal to reduce carbon pollution from existing power plants, Steven Nadel, executive director of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), made the following statement:

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Press Release | April 30, 2014

New Study Outlines Plan for 26% CO2 Reduction from U.S. Power Sector with No Net Cost to the Economy

Energy Efficiency Would Allow EPA to Set More Aggressive CO2 Reduction Targets, Increasing GDP by $17.2 Billion and Creating 611,000 New Jobs, While Providing States More Flexibility to Manage their Energy Resources

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