Cost-Effective Policies Could Meet 17% of State Energy Needs, Cutting Energy Bills While Creating Local Jobs
Arkansas Energy Efficiency Investments Would Create Thousands of Local Jobs and Save Customers Billions
State Already On Track to Becoming the Most Energy Efficient in Southeast
Texas Energy Efficiency Investments Would Save Money for Consumers and Businesses While Creating Thousands of Jobs
Investments Would Provide Cheaper Energy than Creating New Power Plants
On a personal note, I learned about an additional benefit of investing in a super-efficient refrigerator. About two months ago my wife and I finally bought a new refrigerator—the new Whirlpool model that is the most efficient on the market.
On March 18th, ACEEE released its 8th report as part of our series of state clean energy studies, entitled North Carolina’s Energy Future: Electricity, Water, and Transportation Efficiency. On the same day, Vice President Biden spoke nearby at CREE, an LED lighting manufacturer, highlighting the local company as a model of job opportunities in the clean-tech industry.
Energy Efficiency Can Create New Jobs, Save Consumers Billions of Dollars, and Meet Nearly One-Quarter of North Carolina's Energy Demand
Morrisville, North Carolina — Energy efficiency can create 38,000 new jobs for North Carolinians while saving consumers $3.6 billion in energy bills, according to a new report released today by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
Energy Efficiency Holds Steady At 2.5 Cents Per Kilowatt-Hour Even As Costs of New Power Generation Rise
Washington, D.C. — Energy efficiency remains America’s cheapest, cleanest, and fastest energy source for five years running. That’s the conclusion of a new study that shows that the utility cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh) of energy efficiency has held steady or even slightly declined at about 2.5 cents over the last half decade, even as the costs for new coal, nuclear, and other supply-side energy alternatives have risen.
Pennsylvania Can Create Thousands of New Jobs and Save Consumers Billions Through Energy Efficiency, Says New Report
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Energy efficiency improvements can save Pennsylvania consumers nearly $5 billion each year on energy bills and help create 27,000 new, local jobs by 2025, according to an analysis released today by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), an independent, nonprofit research group based in Washington, D.C.