Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

(Press Release - 3/29/2011)
State Already On Track to Becoming the Most Energy Efficient in Southeast   Washington, D.C. ---- Investments in energy efficiency across all four of Arkansas' economic sectors ---- residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation ---- would...
(Document - 3/28/2011)
This report examines the potential electricity, natural gas, and fuel savings that could be realized in Arkansas through the implementation of a suite of eleven energy efficiency and nine transportation policies and quantifies the growth in gross...
(Press Release - 3/22/2011)
Investments Would Provide Cheaper Energy than Creating New Power Plants   Washington, D.C. — Investments in energy efficiency in Texas can meet the state's growing electricity needs while saving businesses and households $14 billion on utility bills...
(Document - 3/22/2011)
Texas, among the fastest growing states in the country, has a significant opportunity to improve its productivity by quadrupling its investments in energy efficiency over the next two decades.   This assessment reviews and updates a 2007 study...
(Blog Post - 2/2/2011)
As noted in my earlier blog post, 2010 was a mixed year for energy efficiency policy, with significant progress at the state level but only modest progress at the federal level.  However, 2010 established a foundation for future energy efficiency...
(Press Release - 12/8/2010)
14 Awards Presented to Those Who Advance Energy Efficiency Washington, D.C. — The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) presented special 30th Anniversary awards last night to individuals and organizations who have made...
(Document - 10/14/2010)
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) projects can offer substantial economic and environmental benefits to its users. These benefits include lower overall energy costs, improved reliability, and reduced thermal energy consumption.  This list of resources...
(Document - 10/13/2010)
In 2010, states are again demonstrating their growing interest in energy efficiency as a means to bolster the economy, improve energy stability, and drive technology innovation.  Governors, state legislators and officials, and citizens increasingly...
(Blog Post - 10/6/2010)
How do you know if your state is energy efficient? And how do you compare your state’s energy efficiency record to another’s? Those are questions that ACEEE set out to answer in its 2010 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard report coming out next week...
(Blog Post - 9/22/2010)
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) earned recognition for three outstanding programs in ACEEE's latest States Stepping Forward report, which can be accessed here. The programs present unique, innovative models to...