Health and Safety Investments to Increase Energy-Saving Opportunities
Many low-income energy use reduction programs are facing increasing challenges serving customers, due to the prevalence of health and safety problems that prevent major measures from being installed. Because there are serious problems in the ...
Looking back at the past 20 years, think how the energy industry has evolved. It used to be that a representative from the power company would walk the neighborhood once a month to take a reading ... [continue reading]
A Passive House Is Put to the Test in the United States [continue reading]
NESP-Green Alliance and Better Building Performance show homeowners and remodelers that extreme seasons don't have to control energy use. [continue reading]
On an ongoing basis, California’s investor-owned utilities (IOUs), in collaboration with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and the California Energy Commission (CEC), develop programs designed to promote residential energy efficiency. In 2010, recognizing ... [continue reading]
The plethora of residential energy efficiency programs on Long Island had become so cluttered that it was actually making it harder for contractors to do business. [continue reading]
As part of the 2009 federal stimulus bill, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Community Energy Efficiency Program grants have done much to galvanize the growth of energy-saving nonprofits and related organizations in Washington State. [continue reading]
(This "EERE Success Story" is one of a series of posts from DOE's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy office. See ...
When my fifteen-year-old son returned with a concert ticket in one hand and cash in the other, that’s ...