ACEEE seeks to improve federal, state, and local policymakers' knowledge of the economic aspects of energy use, including consumption, production, efficiency, and conservation. We strive to facilitate smart financial and economic policy that can lead us to a clean energy future.
Energy Efficiency Program Financing: Size of the Markets
This policy brief examines and estimates the volume of residential and commercial energy-efficiency financing from five programmatic sources: Property ...
Tech-Neutral Tax Incentives Flyer
This flyer outlines the basics on a proposal for tax incentives for new and existing commercial and residential applications.
Reducing Up-front Costs for Rural Energy Efficiency Projects
Improving the energy efficiency of rural homes, businesses, and institutions keeps hard-earned money in community members’ pockets. However, programs ...
Energy Efficiency Financing Must Grow to Meet Climate Goals: New Analysis Updates the Data
December 10, 2020
IEA: COVID-19 Cut Energy Efficiency Investments, But Efficiency Plays Notable Role In...
December 3, 2020
Extending the Benefits of Nonresidential Energy Efficiency to Low-Income Communities
November 13, 2019