Twitter | Search | |
Alliance To Save Energy
Striving since 1977 to build a stronger, more energy-efficient America. We like , but we like to save it even more.
23,036
Tweets
2,220
Following
29,037
Followers
Tweets
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 14
Coalition tells Congress: tax credit is a win-win
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 13
. Charlie Baker once again shows that he gets why is so important. It's the fastest, cheapest, and most practical solution for meeting energy security and environmental goals. Other states and Congress, take note!
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 13
Well-deserved recognition from for our President who's keeping on the bipartisan agenda, fighting to protect critical programs and get new federal funding, launching the vision, and more. We’re proud to have you – congrats!
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 12
Highly energy-efficient homes are paying for themselves faster than you think. Find out how:
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 12
. praises energy efficiency upgrades at Johnson Space Center through public-private partnership: "$1 million of federal money became $47 million in private investment. ... That's amazing, amazing, amazing, thank you."
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 12
Dept. of Veterans Affairs' Ed Bradley: ESPCs & UESCs "supporting infrastructure upgrades at 60 VA facilities using private sector financing to implement energy & water conservation measures" -- expected to save $40 mil.+ annually in energy & water costs; over $1 bil. through 2040
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 12
Alliance honorary advisor Rep. : "Energy efficiency is really a big deal. In addition to cutting down on the cost of energy, every single improvement is made by a local laborer."
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 12
What we're watching this morning: holding a hearing now on Public Private Partnerships for Federal Energy Management.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
report shows that it's important for the Department of to spend taxpayer funding for in a timely and well-organized way.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
Melissa Lavinson of : There’s still a learning curve for some officials to learn that it’s not just about adding a substation, it can also be about efficiency investment.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
. of : much of the work in response to the clean power plan, toward achieving deep efficiency savings, has still been put to great use.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
Melissa Lavinson, senior Vice president of government and external affairs at ⁦⁩: benefits of partnership are significant, including for customers. And there’s a role for policymakers in helping to make this a reality.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
. ⁦⁩, vp of global sustainability & reg affairs at ⁦⁩: “we’re starting to see pay for performance programs” introduced in a number of states.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
Don Gilligan, president of ⁦⁩: “energy efficiency is now a critical asset” for utilities that has to be as reliable as a power plant. Utilities need efficiency savings that are time and location specific. ESCOs are a tremendous asset for utilities.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
David Nemtzow, Building Technologies Office director at : remaining energy efficiency opportunities are immense. Utilities have powerful relationship with customers while ESCOs bring unique opportunities - and there’s a big opportunity for them together as a team.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
Starting in a few moments: our Capitol Hill briefing on utility and ESCO collaboration on systems-efficiency programs. Stay tuned.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy retweeted
jasonhartke Dec 11
Kudos to of for moderating a great panel session today on EV policy issues. I was so excited to be part of the conversation with leaders from and
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 11
member is partnering with and to identify ways to maximize energy productivity and identify improvements in convenience and affordability in the sector.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy retweeted
Sen. Susan Collins Dec 7
The Weatherization Assistance Program helps low-income seniors and families make energy efficiency improvements to reduce the cost of heating and cooling their homes. must release state allocations today to avoid delays in service.
Reply Retweet Like
Alliance To Save Energy Dec 10
Thank you Alliance Honorary Chair and Honorary Board Members , Sen. & Sen. for calling to stop delays over program funding.
Reply Retweet Like