June 2011

Press Release | June 15, 2011
Press Release | June 10, 2011

U.S. Sets First Regional Energy-Saving Standards for ACs and Furnaces, Upgrades National Heat Pump Standards

Consensus Standards Developed by Advocates and Industry Will Save Consumers Billions

Washington, D.C. – A diverse coalition of consumer, manufacturing, and environmental groups praised new energy efficiency standards just released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) establishing the first-ever regional standards for central air conditioners and furnaces, as well as strengthened national standards for heat pumps. The new rules are based on a joint recommendation filed with DOE by the groups in 2009.

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Blog Post | June 9, 2011

Chicago Program Lights a Path Forward for Energy Savings in Multifamily Buildings

Multifamily housing is often seen as one of the most difficult markets to serve for energy retrofits.

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