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Blog | May 25, 2017

Is CHP part of your vision for the modern grid? Let’s discuss

More states are undertaking new approaches to utility planning that prioritize clean, distributed energy resources, but few are considering combined heat and power (CHP) for meeting the demands of the modern grid. In many ways, CHP provides exactly what they need.

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Blog | April 26, 2011

Wisconsin Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Innovates Its Way to Energy Efficiency

Aerial View of Sheboygan Wastewater Treat-
ment Plant (Photo provided courtesy of
Sheboygan Regional WWTP)

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Press Release | December 8, 2010

Special ACEEE 30th Anniversary Awards Celebrate Visionaries and Leaders

14 Awards Presented to Those Who Advance Energy Efficiency

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Press Release | October 21, 2009

Recession Not Dimming States' Growing Focus on Energy Efficiency as "First Fuel," With CA, MA, and CT Rated Best on Implementing Energy Efficiency

Washington, D.C. The current economic downturn is not sidetracking state-level efforts to make the most of energy efficiency as the cheapest, cleanest and quickest of all energy resources, according to a 50-state scorecard on energy efficiency policies, programs, and practices from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). 

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Press Release | June 26, 2007

Study Shows That Florida Could Save $28 Billion and Create More Than 14,000 Jobs Through Energy Efficiency


Washington, D.C. — Florida could save $28 billion—enough to cover this year's entire education and transportation budgets—by using energy efficiency strategies that are available now, says a study released today by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

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Press Release | March 6, 2007

New Study Shows How Texas Can Meet Future Energy Needs With Energy Efficiency and Onsite Renewables


Austin, Texas — A new study released today shows that a combination of energy efficiency and onsite renewable energy resources, coupled with expanded demand response programs, can meet Texas’s growing electricity needs and save consumers money at the same time.

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