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Energy-efficient building codes are a cost-effective foundation for rooftop solar

Toyota loses ground on fuel economy as federal agencies seek rollback of vehicle standards

REDD+ Advances in Indonesia, Mozambique and DRC as Renewable Energy Finance expands in Africa and Asia

Indonesia to receive first carbon payments from Norway for reductions in deforestation. The World Bank signed Emission Reductions Payment Agreements with Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo and approved credit to increase renewable energy generation capacity in Bangladesh.

Carbon Reduction and Energy Efficiency in the Water and Wastewater sector (Webinar) - 20.03.2019


The linkages between water and energy consumption are significant. To produce energy, water is needed and, likewise, the provision and treatment of water requires the consumption of energy, in particular of electricity (ca. 60%).

Energy service agreements: Potential big kid in town?

Roses are red, but they might not be green

Governor Cuomo Announces Green New Deal Included in 2019 Executive Budget

Funding and finance opportunity for energy efficiency

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the Green New Deal, a nation-leading clean energy and jobs agenda that will aggressively put New York State on a path to economy-wide carbon neutrality, is included in the 2019 Executive Budget.

More states and provinces adopt carbon pricing to cut emissions

The hidden story on Minnesota’s new energy efficiency potential study: Efficiency is the ‘workhorse’ for climate goals

ACEEE partners with Bloomberg’s American Cities Climate Challenge


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