Energy Efficiency Programs

(Document - 7/5/2019)
States invest in energy efficiency largely because it is a low-cost resource that can displace the need for traditional supply-side investments including electricity generation and transmission and distribution (T&D). Regulators and utilities...
(Document - 5/13/2019)
Twenty-seven states are currently implementing long-term (3+ years), binding energy savings targets. States have taken a variety of approaches to setting targets, including passing legislation to enact formal energy efficiency resource standards,...
(Document - 5/7/2019)
Description of utility-sector energy efficiency opportunities in Florida, using data from ACEEE’s most recent State, City, and Utility Energy Efficiency Scorecards, EIA 861 2015, and Florida Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act reports and...
(Blog Post - 4/9/2019)
Energy efficiency programs save an average of more than $100 in utility bills for low-income households living in multifamily buildings, helping many of them pay their bills on time and avoid service disconnections, according to an ACEEE survey of...
(Document - 4/9/2019)
Energy efficiency programs have historically underserved multifamily housing for low-income households, largely because of the barriers this market presents to program administrators. This report examines 32 programs that target affordable...
(Document - 2/21/2019)
ACEEE developed this technical brief in response to the state of Missouri’s request to provide information on investor-owned utility energy efficiency performance incentives.
(Document - 2/15/2019)
Filed to Docket No. QO19010040, these comments discuss the establishment of energy efficiency and peak demand reduction programs in New Jersey.
(Blog Post - 1/31/2019)
As more states and cities set aggressive policies toward a carbon-free future, the energy industry is abuzz with the concept of electrification. What does this have to do with energy efficiency? A lot! Although some people may assume that efficiency...
(Press Release - 1/16/2019)
Washington, D.C.—ACEEE is proud to honor 53 of the United States’ leading energy efficiency programs with the Exemplary Program Award. In a national review, ACEEE selected these programs based on their innovation and effectiveness in helping...
(Document - 1/16/2019)
ACEEE has reviewed exemplary customer-funded electric and natural gas utility programs every five years since 2003. For this edition of the report, we solicited nominations nationally and analyzed them in collaboration with an independent expert...