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(Press Release - 3/15/2013)
Energy Efficiency Policies Could Save the U.S. Economy Almost $1 Trillion   Washington, D.C.—The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) released a new report today highlighting 16 policies would that remove market barriers across...
(Document - 3/14/2013)
This presentation provides a high-level summary of recent trends in energy efficiency policy at the state level and offers an outlook for the near term.  It was given to ACEEE’s Ally members on March 5, 2013. 
(Document - 2/26/2013)
Submission of R. Neal Elliott, Ph.D., P.E., associate director for research at ACEEE, to the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Subcommitee on Energy and Power. The topic of the hearing is "American Energy Security and Innovation: An Assessment...
(Blog Post - 2/26/2013)
Today I have the privilege of testifying before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. My hope is that this is the beginning of a discussion that will lead to federal energy efficiency legislation later this year. Congress has a unique opportunity...
(Blog Post - 12/6/2012)
As noted in recent blog posts by Forbes contributor William Pentland and the New York Times’ Andrew Revkin, it’s instructive to look at where the lights stayed on during Hurricane Sandy to understand what makes certain places more resilient than...
(Blog Post - 11/30/2012)
Congratulations are in order to energy efficiency supporters in Ohio who were able to thwart an attempt by FirstEnergy to ram through an amendment to gut Ohio’s energy efficiency resource standard (EERS) during the current lame duck legislative...
(Document - 9/19/2012)
The next two decades will see substantial changes in the way electricity is generated in the United States. As coal loses favor to natural gas and other alternatives, utilities will retire a significant portion of their coal fleet and invest...
(Document - 8/31/2012)
This fact sheet provides information on the variety of energy efficiency policies available to local governments. Local policies related to energy efficiency—those implemented at the scale of a municipality, county, or metropolitan region—can...
(Blog Post - 6/28/2012)
In a Congress that can’t find much common ground, industrial energy efficiency seems to be a key area of support. Today, Senators Bingaman, Snowe and Feinstein introduced the Expanding Industrial Energy and Water Efficiency Incentives Act of 2012 ...
(Document - 5/17/2012)
Comments submitted to the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on May 17, 2012.