All articles for the topic: energy savings


Architecture 2030

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Achieving Zero is a roadmap for government entities to enact incremental actions over a fifteen-year timespan to phase out CO2 emissions in the built environment by mid-century. It will utilize the zEPI scale, fundamental building construction intervention points, building energy conservation and r

The City Energy Efficiency Scorecard

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In the US The City Energy Efficiency Scorecard ranks 51 cities on energy saving activities in 5 areas. Local government operations, community-wide initiatives, buildings, energy and water utilities, and transportation. The Scorecard also gives examples of best practices in each policy area.

New Michigan law strengthens energy efficiency and renewable energy standards

The US will save trillions of dollars if Obama’s energy efficiency legacy stands

Can the US cut its energy use in half by 2050? Yes, but we will have to double down on our efforts.

Energy Efficiency Toolkit for Buildings: the guide to making the business case for saving energy in a building portfolio (Webinar) - 05.12.2016


The Energy Efficiency Toolkit for Buildings is the only guide to energy efficiency that takes a systems stance – focusing on the business case for energy efficiency, energy policy and strategy, and the financial assessment of energy efficiency measures.

How residential utility programs could reach more diverse households

Renovating Buildings with Cost-Effective Reductions in Energy and Carbon Emissions – Findings from IEA EBC Annex 56 (Webinar) - 08.11.2016


This webinar provides a chance to learn about the investigation and findings from the International Energy Agency (IEA) Energy in Buildings and Community (EBC) Annex 56 project.

Balancing energy demand could save money

An incentive program that shifts electricity usage for low-priority activities to nonpeak times could help balance the demand for electricity and ease pressure on aging transmission lines.


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