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January 2010

Blog Post | January 28, 2010

New Jobs Bill Language Pays Homage to Industrial EE

Today, legislative language was released for a Senate jobs bill that will likely be introduced in the coming weeks. ACEEE is pleased that $11.5 billion for energy efficiency has been included as a key component of the bill. Of that money, $4 billion would be allocated for industrial energy efficiency and productivity.

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Blog Post | January 27, 2010

ACEEE Signs Coalition Letter in Support of Manufacturing EE Jobs

In December, ACEEE and 26 other leading trade associations, industrial firms, and NGOs signed a letter in support of provisions in upcoming jobs legislation that will create jobs, improve energy efficiency in manufacturing, and help make American industry more competitive.

The letter can be read in full here.

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Press Release | January 19, 2010

Latest Technologies Keep a Low Profile in This Year's Greenest Vehicles

Washington, D.C. — Amidst continual buzz about innovative green vehicle technologies and the impending arrival of the first full-function all-electric vehicles in a decade, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy today released environmental ratings for model year 2010 vehicles. This is the thirteenth year ACEEE has published its rankings as part of ACEEE’s Green Book® Online, the organization’s environmental guide to cars and trucks, available at greenercars.org.

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Blog Post | January 7, 2010

Forum on Energy Efficiency in Agriculture - February 7-9, 2010

The 3rd Forum on Energy Efficiency in Agriculture is right around the corner!

 

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Blog Post | January 4, 2010

Manufacturing Grows in December

According to a new report released by the Institute for Supply Management, in December the U.S. manufacturing sector grew for the fifth straight month. The ISM's index of national factory activity rose to 55.9 from 53.6, putting it at its highest level since April 2006.

See the Reuters article for details.

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