Terms

ACEEE

Press Release | November 14, 2012

Greenercars.org Revises Ratings for Model Year 2011 and 2012 Hyundai and Kia Models

Washington, D.C.—The U.S. EPA recently found that auto manufacturers Hyundai and Kia had overstated the fuel economy of several of their vehicles in model years 2011, 2012, and 2013. EPA has released updated fuel economy label values for these vehicles. As a result, ACEEE has adjusted Green Book ratings for model years 2011 and 2012.

Read More
Press Release | August 14, 2012

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Presents 2012 Champion of Energy Efficiency in Buildings Awards

Pacific Grove, Calif.—The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) presented four Champion of Energy Efficiency Awards last night at its 17th 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 2012 are:

Read More
Press Release | May 30, 2012

ACEEE Names Naomi Baum Chief Operating Officer, Ethan Rogers to Lead Industry Research Program

Washington, D.C.—The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy recently announced that Naomi Baum has joined the organization as chief operating officer, and Ethan Rogers has been hired as the senior manager to run the organization's research program on industrial energy efficiency.

Read More
Blog Post | May 1, 2012

ACEEE Updates State and Local Technical Assistance Toolkits

ACEEE has collaborated with state and local stakeholders for decades, arming them with valuable, up-to-date resources on energy efficiency to facilitate effective program and policy development and deployment.

Read More
Blog Post | December 15, 2011

Holiday Tips from ACEEE

As the resident behavior sage and noted Christmas expert, I have collected some energy-saving tips from the Santa’s helpers here at ACEEE on how to have a low impact, low stress, energy-efficient holiday season. Yes, Virginia, you can have holiday cheer and save money, too!

Read More
Blog Post | December 7, 2011

Fueling our Future with Efficiency: Record Number of Abstracts Submitted to the 2012 “Buildings” Summer Study

As the Panel Leaders for the 2012 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings gather this week to select abstracts for eventual conference presentation, they will choose from more than 1,299 abstracts, a record number. This year’s submissions increased 32 percent over 2010. The 2012 Summer Study will be one conference you don’t want to miss!

Read More
Blog Post | November 16, 2011

In Memoriam: Margaret “Meg” Fels, May 1, 1941 – November 12, 2011

Long-time friend and colleague, and former ACEEE Board member (1995 – 2001), Meg Fels died suddenly on Saturday, November 12 in Princeton, New Jersey. Meg apparently had a heart attack while biking on the tow path near her home. She was revived by a passing Samaritan, but her brain was without oxygen for too long. She died Saturday night surrounded by loved ones. Her third grandchild was born in the week while she was in the hospital.

Read More
Blog Post | October 4, 2011

Remembering Linda Latham

As many members of the ACEEE family may have heard, Linda Latham, our Chief Operating Officer, succumbed to breast cancer on September 24, 2011. Linda had only been with ACEEE for a year and a half, but in that time she dramatically improved our finance, human resource, and IT systems while mentoring many of our staff and contributing substantially to our energy work.

Read More
Blog Post | March 8, 2011

ACEEE Launches New Web-Based Resource in Response to Opportunities in Local Energy Efficiency Policy

Local policy is becoming an increasingly important driver for energy efficiency with local governments and other local leaders continuing to create innovative solutions even when federal and state leadership is lacking. Additionally, local governments have many responsibilities and relationships that put them in a unique position to effectively translate energy efficiency goals into successful implementation, and ultimately create tangible on-the-ground results. 

Read More
Press Release | November 2, 2010

Communicating the Benefits of Efficiency Encourages Saving Energy

Motivating customers and organizations to change their behavior can lead to significant energy savings. A new report from ACEEE, Visible and Concrete Savings: Case Studies of Effective Behavioral Approaches to Improving Customer Energy Efficiency, profiles a variety of programs that spur individuals and organizations to save energy by changing behavior in their homes, businesses, and plants.

Read More