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Blog Post | March 2, 2015

ACEEE introduces updated website and launches smarterhouse.org, new home of Consumer Guide to Home Energy Savings

ACEEE celebrates its 35thanniversary this year. To commemorate that milestone, we’ve updated the design of our online home, aceee.org, to include larger, darker text, a simpler layout, and bigger images.

But the changes are more than cosmetic. We’ve improved our site’s search function, combined the blog and press release sections into one feed, and improved the way the site displays on mobile devices.

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Press Release | February 4, 2015

Electric Cars Gain Ground in Environmental Vehicle Rankings

Today at greenercars.org, ACEEE released its 18th annual comprehensive environmental ratings for vehicles. 

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Blog Post | January 5, 2015

2014 was a good year for energy efficiency. The outlook for 2015 is uncertain, but we’re guardedly optimistic.

The New Year is usually a good time to take stock of the year just ended, and to look forward to the year ahead. Regarding energy efficiency, 2014 was generally a good year. Energy-saving technologies and practices continued to advance. For example, in 2014 LED lighting became a mainstream source of light. The Design Lights Consortium now lists more than 70,000 LED lighting products.

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Blog Post | October 8, 2014

Tribute to Art Rosenfeld: our founder, leader, mentor, and friend

Anniversaries serve to remind us where we’ve come from, how much we’ve accomplished, and where we’re headed. What better way to launch ACEEE’s 35th anniversary as an organization (coming up in 2015) than by paying tribute to Dr. Arthur Rosenfeld, who was instrumental in our creation and guides our vision still? Art is our founder and is currently distinguished scientist emeritus at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and professor emeritus of physics, University of California, Berkeley.

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Press Release | August 20, 2014

ACEEE Presents 2014 Champions of Energy Efficiency in Buildings Awards

Pacific Grove, Calif.—ACEEE presented three Champion of Energy Efficiency Awards last night at its 18th biennial Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. The awards recognize leadership and accomplishment in the energy efficiency field. Winners are selected based on demonstrated excellence in program implementation, research and development, energy policy, or private sector initiatives. The winners for 2014 are:

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Press Release | August 18, 2014

ACEEE Announces New Board Members

Pacific Grove, Calif.—ACEEE is pleased to announce that Kathrin Winkler of EMC and Michael Sachse of OPower have joined the ACEEE Board of Directors.

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Press Release | June 12, 2014

ACEEE Executive Director Steven Nadel to be Inducted into Energy Efficiency Forum Hall of Fame

Washington, D.C.—Steven Nadel, executive director of the ACEEE, will be inducted today into the 25th annual Energy Efficiency Forum Hall of Fame. The recognition honors leaders committed to global energy efficiency and its positive impact on the environment, national security and economic growth.

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Press Release | April 23, 2014

ACEEE’s Neal Elliott to Receive 2014 Industrial Energy Technology Conference Leadership Award

The Industrial Energy Technology Conference (IETC) has announced that associate director for research R. Neal Elliott, PhD, PE, will receive a 2014 IETC Energy Award at its 36th annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, on May 22. In making its selection, IETC cited Elliott’s leadership in promoting and fostering energy conservation on an international scale in industrial applications.

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Blog Post | April 22, 2014

Small actions that add up to large energy savings for Earth Day

There are many tips out there about saving energy in your home. So many, in fact, that it can leave you wondering, “Well, what are the things that I should focus my attention on to really cut down on energy use and energy bills?” In my former job as an energy auditor, one of the most frustrating things I encountered was hearing the many misconceptions about how energy is used in the home. This old conventional wisdom really confuses honest efforts to cut down on energy use and lower monthly utility bill payments.

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Press Release | November 1, 2013

ACEEE Announces New Board Members and the Formation of a Research Advisory Board

Washington, D.C.—ACEEE is pleased to announce that Janice Berman of Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Denise Fairchild of Emerald Cities Collaborative, and Clay Nesler of Johnson Controls have joined ACEEE’s Board of Directors.

Ms. Berman is senior director of energy efficiency strategy for Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E). She is responsible for providing strategic leadership of PG&E’s Energy Efficiency portfolio.

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