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Additional appliance standards could significantly reduce residential energy use

Future appliance standards could eliminate growth in residential sector energy use through 2035, according to an analysis conducted for the U.S. Energy Information Administration's Annual Energy Outlook 2011.

ENERGY STAR for Buildings – Are we designing buildings that perform?

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Kinard Junior High School, Fort Collins, CO

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NEEP's EM&V Forum Releases New Research and Evaluation Project Results

NEEP's  Evaluation, Measurement & Verification (EM&V) Forum has recently completed two large research and evaluation projects.  The results of these studies advance energy efficiency by supporting program administrator calculations of savings from...

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Businesses Look To Energy Efficiency


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Technical Assistance to ARRA Funding Grantees - Get it While it's Here

Where does the time go? It’s already been two years since the Department of Energy (DOE) established the Technical Assistance Network (TAN) to help grantees build strong energy efficiency programs under the requirements of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation...

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Latest Policy Tracker

See this week's Energy Efficiency Policy Tracker for the latest news in energy efficiency policy, including:

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