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Research Report - January 01, 2002

Reports the results of a market characterization study of the New York State building commissioning sector. The study surveyed providers of professional building services (commissioning providers, engineers, government officials, and architects) and building owners and operators to evaluate...

Research Report - January 01, 2002

Investigates for major vehicle types and individual models the fatality rates for both the driver of the subject vehicle and the driver of the vehicle with which it crashes. The study finds relatively high risks for SUVs and pickup trucks.

Research Report - November 01, 2001

Reviews past experience with energy technology tax credits and looks at how various tax incentives strategies work. The impact of various elements of the federal tax code on strategies are discussed. Current CHP tax incentives proposals are compared and contrasted, and the likelihood of...

Research Report - October 01, 2001

Reviews current state energy efficiency tax incentives and outlines ACEEE’s recommendations for effective state-level tax incentives. The report also includes model legislative language for state use.

Research Report - October 01, 2001

Includes more than 50 presentations on: the role of market transformation and energy efficiency in reducing peak demand and improving system reliability; working with trade allies in the commercial and residential sectors; and program evaluation and the attribution of benefits. Includes...

Research Report - October 01, 2001

Details the methods for determining the environmental benefits of CHP systems versus traditional heat and power generation systems. It offers valuable guidance on how to structure an environmental policy that promotes CHP technology.

Research Report - September 01, 2001

Presents the results of a study based on nearly 100 interviews with energy service companies, retail electricity commodity suppliers, and distribution utilities, all operating in restructured states. The study explores the premise that private market actors could displace the need for...

Research Report - September 01, 2001

Examines 14 equipment and appliance categories that do not have federal minimum-efficiency standards. The report shows that efficiency standards for these products, particularly residential air handlers ("furnace fans"), standby power for consumer electronics, ceiling fans, and torchier lamps...

Research Report - September 01, 2001

Discusses and analyzes nine key policies that taken together can reduce U.S. energy use by 26% by 2020. The analysis includes economic and emissions impacts.

Testimony - July 13, 2001

ACEEE is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing energy efficiency as a means for both promoting economic prosperity and protecting the environment. We were founded in 1980 and have contributed in key ways to energy legislation adopted during the past 20 years, including the Energy...

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