Energy Efficiency News


» Utility efficiency programs offer model to merge climate, racial justice solutions
Many states require utilities to help low-income customers conserve energy despite higher costs and barriers.
By Kari Lydersen, Energy News Network
July 2, 2020

» Renovation firms’ stock rises on EU ‘green recovery’ boost
By Kate Abnett, Reuters
May 29, 2020

» Cooling with heat: Hybrid air conditioner that reduces electricity consumption
By National University of Singapore News
May 14, 2020

» Cities ‘finally waking up’ to the benefits of smart streetlights: survey
By Chris Teale, Utility Dive
May 7, 2020

» US Treasury to Tweak Tax Credit Deadlines for Renewables Projects
A letter issued by the Treasury Department suggests relief may be on the way for an anxious renewables market, particularly wind developers.
By Emma Foehringer Merchant, GreenTech Media
May 7, 2020

» Local Governments Vote Resoundingly for Improved National Energy Codes
By New Buildings Institute
December 20, 2019

» Cracking the climate code: Battle raging over building energy standards
By Andy Metzger, CommonWealth Magazine
December 8, 2019

» City of Cambridge and Eversource Launch Building Energy Retrofit Program
Eversource News Post
October 28, 2019

» Boston To Require All New City-Owned Buildings To Be ‘Net-Zero’ For Carbon Emissions
By Craig LeMoult, WGBH
October 8, 2019

» Gateway City challenges: Pittsfield mayor asks lawmakers for help aiding neighborhoods
By Larry Parnass, The Berkshire Eagle
January 14, 2019

» Middletown pilot program aims to remove barriers to energy efficiency
By Shawn R. Beals, Hartfort Courant
November 26, 2018

» Energy efficiency can save the world — if we can figure out how to pay for it
By Robert Walton, Utility Dive
November 21, 2018

» Lower Rocky Mountain Power efficiency targets put trade-off with renewables into focus
“As renewables get cheaper, what is the long-term effect on efficiency? That’s the million-dollar question.”
Robert Walton, Utility Dive
November 6, 2018