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Cities push ahead on EEaaS as private sector plays catch up

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Forms of Energy Efficiency as a Service have existed for decades as alternative funding mechanisms in cities. Now, as technologies accelerate and COVID-19 continues, the private sector wants in.

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Cities push ahead on EEaaS as private sector plays catch up

Cities push ahead on EEaaS as private sector plays catch up

Forms of Energy Efficiency as a Service have existed for decades as alternative funding mechanisms in cities. Now, as technologies accelerate and COVID-19 continues, the private sector ...

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As members of the Alliance to Save Energy – businesses and organizations representing thousands of American workers in energy efficiency – we write to remind policymakers that energy ...

Why the District of Columbia is a leader in energy efficiency

Why the District of Columbia is a leader in energy efficiency

From its strong focus on buildings to its financing model, here are five reasons the U.S. capital city is making progress, especially with retrofits.

The man struggling to bring energy efficiency in from the cold

The man struggling to bring energy efficiency in from the cold

We’ve known for more than two decades that energy efficiency is the most important weapon in the battle against climate change, with the International Energy Agency (IEA) estimating that ...

6 Things You Need to Know About Ohio’s Energy Efficiency Rollback

6 Things You Need to Know About Ohio’s Energy Efficiency Rollback

After an extensive four-month debate, on July 23, 2019, the Ohio General Assembly passed H.B. 6, a nuclear subsidy bill which will essentially eliminate energy efficiency programs in the ...

California Energy Commission Awards $14 Million in Continuation Grants

California Energy Commission Awards $14 Million in Continuation Grants

The California Energy Commission approved nearly $14 million in grants today to help researchers continue developing their clean energy projects.

Urbanization and the Growing Demand for Cooling in a Warming Climate: Buildings as a Critical Resource

Urbanization and the Growing Demand for Cooling in a Warming Climate: Buildings as a Critical Resource

One of the key drivers of increasing global electricity demand is urbanization. Although urbanization rates in industrial countries are generally above 75 percent, urbanization is still in ...

New Northbrook Park District Activity Center earns prestigious Net Zero Energy building designation

New Northbrook Park District Activity Center earns prestigious Net Zero Energy building designation

A generous $1.78 million grant to the Northbrook Park District ensures its new Activity Center will achieve Net Zero Energy building status, by generating as much renewable energy as the ...

FEDS Spotlight Presented at the 2019 Energy Exchange

FEDS Spotlight Presented at the 2019 Energy Exchange

FEDS Spotlight Presented at the 2019 Energy Exchange

Webinar on Improving DISCOM viability through behind-the-meter energy efficiency and renewable energy interventions

Webinar on Improving DISCOM viability through behind-the-meter energy efficiency and renewable energy interventions

Background The Indian power sector is experiencing unprecedented changes, visible in several ways:

How Hospitals Can Achieve Net-Zero Energy

How Hospitals Can Achieve Net-Zero Energy

Motivated to reduce operating costs and support sustainability goals, hospitals are investing in projects to reduce energy consumption. Approaches to net-zero The energy utilization index ...