This has been a challenging year. As we look forward to the Biden administration’s economic recovery and climate efforts, energy efficiency will need to be a top priority.
To help you prepare, we revisit our dozen most-read blog posts of 2020, half of which focused on COVID-19 and the resulting recession. These posts highlighted energy efficiency as a valuable resource for creating jobs, planning for a strong recovery, and conserving energy while spending more time at home.
Beyond the pandemic, ACEEE’s top blog posts looked at energy efficiency’s role in reducing carbon emissions, expanding the workforce, and addressing health inequities. In 2020, our 40th anniversary year, we issued our Call to Action to aggressively scale up energy efficiency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change. As we enter 2021, we are more committed to that goal than ever before, as we work toward an equitable clean energy future.