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Fact Sheet - February 18, 2013
Energy efficiency plays an important role in the U.S. economy. The compound benefits of energy efficiency investments are now meeting 74 percent of growth since 1970 in energy-related demand. ACEEE estimates that in 2010 $479-670 billion was spent in the U.S. on energy efficiency goods and...
Fact Sheet - February 14, 2013
This fact sheet describes how to use the American Council for and Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) Energy Efficiency and Pollution Control Calculator (EEPC). EEPC is an easy-to-use calculator that lets users get an idea of the costs and air quality benefits of some basic energy efficiency...
Research Report E134 - February 13, 2013
Over the next decade, a host of federal air regulations will impose restrictions on the emissions of multiple pollutants from stationary sources such as power plants and industrial facilities. These air regulations create a demand for low-cost and rapidly deployable emissions reduction measures...
Research Report E132 - February 6, 2013
At the beginning of President Obama’s second term, tax reform has become a frequently-cited concern.  Both Democrats and Republicans are supporting tax reform and actual work on legislation is likely to begin in 2013.  Key elements of reform are likely to include simplifying the...
Presentation - January 24, 2013
This webinar discusses highlights from the 2012 BECC Conference which was a dynamic gathering of researchers and practitioners focusing on the application of social and behavioral insights to move America to a clean, independent, and thriving economy. The presentation discusses the take-home...
Research Report E131 - January 22, 2013
Energy and water have an inherent relationship. Energy is needed to transport, treat, heat, cool, and recycle water and, conversely, water is needed in energy production. As a result, saving water saves energy and saving energy saves water. This intersection and interaction between energy and...
Research Report U131 - January 9, 2013
Energy efficiency programs for utility customers are incorporating new technologies, program designs, and marketing approaches as they strive to achieve high energy savings as required by various state policies and regulations. Such programs are rising to meet numerous challenges created by...
White Paper - December 19, 2012
Much of the equipment and production processes in America’s factories are decades old and not as efficient as modern equipment and processes in use by many of our international competitors.  Modernizing these factories will allow them to better compete in world markets by improving...
Research Report A126 - December 13, 2012
There are several developments coming together in the last few years that make a strong case for the involvement of utilities in advancing adoption, implementation and compliance verification of building energy codes. First, every state that received funding from the American Recovery and...
Testimony - December 12, 2012
Submission of Steven Nadel, Executive Director American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) To the Senate Finance Committee Subcommittee on Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Hearing on: Tax Reform and Federal Energy Policy: Incentives to Promote Energy Efficiency

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