Climate Change Policy

Blog Post | October 16, 2012

What Is an Energy Efficiency Job?

The impact of investments in energy efficiency extends well beyond reducing energy costs or addressing the environmental impacts of energy extraction and use. These investments provide jobs for American workers and help them to support their families and communities.

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Blog Post | June 8, 2012

Heat Stroke? Or a $3 Trillion Thought Experiment for Rio+20?

Over at Real Climate Economics, ACEEE’s Director of Economic and Social Analysis, Skip Laitner shares some thoughts about energy intensity and Rio+20:

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Blog Post | March 26, 2012

Communities Dive In: Local Planning for Energy Efficiency

This post is the second of three on sustaining local energy efficiency efforts. The first post described trends in local implementation of energy efficiency. The next post will explore sustainable funding sources.

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Press Release | January 31, 2012

Energy Efficiency Is the Right Track for Clean Air

Energy Efficiency Should Be a Compliance Strategy for States and Utilities to Cost Effectively Achieve the Goals of Federal Air Regulations
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Blog Post | January 23, 2012

ACEEE Begins to Explore Tax Reform as It Might Relate to Energy Efficiency

ACEEE is preparing a series of working papers on how energy efficiency issues might be addressed as part of tax reform. We call them working papers because we are soliciting feedback and comments on these drafts so that our analyses and proposals can be refined. We plan to release final versions of these papers as part of a larger report later this year. We also welcome feedback on additional tax-related topics touching energy efficiency that might be useful to address.

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Blog Post | August 1, 2011

Federal Energy Efficiency Legislation Slowly Moving Forward, but Will the Clock Run Out?

In recent months, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee has been steadily reporting out legislation on a bipartisan basis. Included are bills to:

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