All articles for the topic: energy savings
Publication / ReportHigher equipment standards and more stringent building codes are squeezing the amount of savings that energy efficiency programs can harvest. No single measure will yield a dominant share of energy savings for utility program portfolios, as have lighting programs in the past.
Publication / ReportThe benefits of energy efficiency extend beyond energy savings. Homes, commercial buildings, and industrial facilities gain comfort, health, and safety benefits from energy efficiency programs.
Publication / ReportThis fact sheet summarizes some of the broad benefits of industrial energy efficiency programs. It provides 10 tips for how to design good utility programs that are responsive to the needs of large customers.
Publication / ReportThis fact sheet explains how combined industry and utility investments increase energy savings while providing additional value to businesses. It also discusses six ways that participation in industrial programs can lower costs for business customers.
Publication / ReportThe industrial sector offers tremendous opportunity for low-cost energy savings from utility energy efficiency programs.
Publication / ReportThis is the second in a series of papers intended to guide states as they embark on the path to Clean Power Plan compliance.
Publication / ReportIn 2014, ACEEE launched a pilot program to test a variety of behavioral strategies to promote energy efficiency among tenants in low- to moderate-income multifamily housing in Takoma Park, Maryland.
Publication / ReportThis article describes the design phase, development and practical application of a smart object integrated into a desk lamp and called “Smart Lamp”, which is useful for optimizing the indoor thermal comfort and energy savings; two important workplace issues where the comfort of the workers and the
Publication / ReportThis report compares energy efficiency policy in buildings in China, Germany, and the United States, providing the context for, and describing, policies in these three coun-tries in order to lay the groundwork for future review of policy effectiveness.