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Striving since 1977 to build a stronger, more energy-efficient America. We like , but we like to save it even more.
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The new Sustainable Energy in America Factbook came out this week. Read what it shows for the future of energy productivity on our blog.
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 15
The Alliance's Natasha Vidangos on 's clean transportation goals in : “One thing that will be necessary and critical throughout is to make sure we have the foundation that can allow us to achieve these goals."
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 15
This week, teachers from 3 schools participated in the Alliance’s first Professional Development Workshop for the Time-of-Use Educational Program so students can educate their peers and families about California's new Time-of-Use rates.
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 15
Excited to announce keynote speakers for on February 27: Assistant Secretary Daniel Simmons of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and , House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Energy chair. Register today!
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 14
The city of Tallahassee's public transit system placed its third order with member Proterra, bringing more battery-electric buses to Florida State University
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jasonhartke Feb 13
Timely & important piece by 's Ben Evans on the need to restore federal tax incentives: "It’s now been more than a year since we had direct incentives for energy efficiency in the federal tax code."
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 14
Investing in improvements has payoffs even in a total loss of power scenario: efficient homes will stay safe and stay comfortable longer.
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 13
What are the top technological innovations to help our power sector? Retrofitting building with energy efficient heating and cooling equipment. There is an enormous opportunity in the built environment. – Jeff Moe of
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 13
Mark Wagner of on what he’s keeping an eye on in policy: In the short term, tax extenders and in medium term, building for resilience
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BCSE Clean Energy Feb 13
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Clay Nesler Feb 13
Mark Wagner ⁦⁩ we are seeing a sea change in business commitment to clean energy including renewable energy and energy efficiency⁩ ⁩ at the Sustainable Energy in America Factbook Briefing
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 13
Jeff Moe of : There are 3.3 million people employed in clean energy and 2/3 of them are in . There is a healthy growth in rural and urban jobs for efficiency.
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 13
Total U.S. spending on through formal frameworks topped record levels in 2017 at $15 billion. Download the 2019 Factbook today to learn how efficiency is paying dividends:
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 13
NEW! on from the 2019 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook from &
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 13
. on DOE's proposal to roll back lightbulb efficiency: "There is no excuse for unnecessary energy waste and every reason for the federal government to coordinate a move toward better bulbs."
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 13
JUST RELEASED: The 2019 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook by and !
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 12
ICYMI: DOE move to weaken light bulb efficiency standards could cost consumers $12B
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 12
Swapping out all the old incandescent bulbs across the country would save an astonishing amount of energy, which would translate into big savings for consumers. So why is the administration trying to roll back lightbulb efficiency? via
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 11
There aren't any direct incentives for improvements in buildings and there out-of-date incentives for electric vehicles. Congress should step up to restore and reform tax incentives for efficiency.
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Alliance To Save Energy Feb 11
Checking the insulation levels in your attic will help to determine if there is an opportunity to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient.
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