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Massachusetts Tops California as Most Energy-Efficient State, while Arkansas, D.C., Kentucky, and Wisconsin are Most ImprovedFebruary 26, 2015
Governors and lawmakers in state capitals across the nation continue to take major steps to lower energy costs, reduce pollution, and save consumers money by increasing their states’ energy efficiency, according to the findings of the 8th edition of the State Energy Efficiency Scorecard released today by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
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Report: “Energy Burden” on Low-Income, African American, & Latino Households up to Three Times as High as Other Homes, More Energy Efficiency NeededApril 20, 2016
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January 27, 2016Today at greenercars.org, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released its 19th annual comprehensive environmental ratings for vehicles.
December 18, 2015Energy efficiency standards issued today for rooftop air conditioners and heat pumps—which represent the largest energy and pollution savings of any rule ever issued by the Department of Energy—will benefit businesses, manufacturers, and the environment, according to four of the organizations that participated in the negotiations leading to the announcement.
Independent Reports Reach Same Conclusions on the Future of Energy Efficiency Evaluation, Measurement, and VerificationDecember 16, 2015
ACEEE State Scorecard: Massachusetts Edges Out California as Most Energy-Efficient State, Maryland Among Most ImprovedOctober 21, 2015
August 24, 2015ACEEE signs on to executive actions bringing energy efficiency to households across the country.
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Energy Efficiency in Senate Bills will Make US Economy Healthier – But One Bill Contains a Poison PillJuly 30, 2015