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Advances the performance of residential buildings through trainings on ways to remodel, repair, build, and diagnose homes for optimal performance.
National laboratory dedicated to the research, development, commercialization and deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.
A non-profit coalition of business, government, environmental and consumer leaders supporting energy efficiency.
A national collaborative to encourage and support workable energy codes and design guidelines.
Works to advance and improve appliance standards at the federal and state levels.
Advances the efficient use of energy in homes, buildings and industry in the northeastern United States.
A library of building energy performance rating and disclosure resources. It is a joint project of the Institute for Market Transformation and NRDC.
Works to accelerate the adoption of energy-efficient products, technologies, and practices.
Tracks state financial incentives and regulations for renewable energy and energy efficiency.
National laboratory that develops sustainable energy technologies, focusing on processes, systems, and materials for application in various sectors.
Invests in high-risk, high-value R&D for energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.
National laboratory that works to address the goals of reducing petroleum consumption and enabling efficient use of primary energy resources.
CIEE plans, funds, and manages research and development of new energy efficiency technologies. Their site covers CIEE projects, publications, and participants.
The Mission of PEEC is to improve opportunities for and implementation of energy efficient technologies, systems, and practices, with an emphasis on economically attractive deployment.
A consortium of efficiency program administrators who work together on approaches to advancing efficiency.
A ten-state cap-and-trade organization that generates revenue for state energy efficiency programs.
Provides policy-independent data, forecasts, and analyses to promote sound policy making, efficient markets, and public understanding regarding energy.
A global team of experts that focuses on the long-term economic and environmental sustainability of the energy sector.
A government-backed program helping businesses and individuals protect the environment through superior energy efficiency.
Promotes energy efficiency for a cleaner environment, a more prosperous economy, and a higher quality of life.
Federal agency charged with protecting human health and the environment by writing and enforcing regulations based on congressional legislation.
SPEER, the newest regional energy efficiency organization, aims to accelerate the adoption of advanced building systems and energy efficient products and services in Texas and Oklahoma.
A Europe-based non-profit organization that promotes the understanding and application of energy efficiency.
Helps consumers, businesses, utilities, and local and state governments use energy efficiently.
An intergovernmental organization that advises member countries on energy policy.
Gives consumers and businesses information on federal tax incentives for energy-efficient products and technologies.
One of DOE's national labs, LBNL conducts research leading to better energy-efficient technologies that reduce environmental impacts.
A nonprofit organization that identifies and publicizes the most energy-efficient products on the market.
Advances sound energy efficiency policies, programs, and priorities in the Midwest.
Advances responsible public policies for science-based issues, including global warming, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and transportation.
Represents state energy officials and helps improve effectiveness and quality of the State Energy Program .
The national voice of U.S. mayors, U.S. COM was critical in shaping the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program.