Energy efficiency has taken on a new level of importance both domestically and internationally. Efficiency has long been a key element in utility resource planning, business competitiveness, and household energy budgets. Now it is slated to play a central role in meeting domestic targets under the Clean Power Plan and international agreements to reduce carbon emissions, both formalized in the past year.
Reducing Energy Poverty by Energy Efficiency Projects in Residential Buildings: The Case for Eastern Europe
The problems of inefficient energy use, high energy prices, and energy poverty have consistently struck housing markets in Central and Eastern Europe. The Conference will seek to promote a better understanding of residential energy efficiency among EU policy makers; introduce improved and tailor-made EU level policy measures addressing energy poverty and security and advance a clearer understanding of how investing into residential energy efficiency will contribute to reducing energy
ACEEE is pleased to announce that Phoenix, Arizona, will be the host city for ACEEE’s 2017 National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource, to be held October 30 – November 1, 2017. Arizona has rapidly emerged as a leading state for energy efficiency programs serving electric and natural gas utility customers. The conference will showcase such efforts and those of other leading states.