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Cash for Kitchens: It’s all about saving energy in your favorite eatery!

I had the opportunity to sit on a panel at the ACEEE Hot Water Forum 2017 to share my experience implementing the Cash for Kitchens an audit program that focuses on water conservation for small- to medium-sized restaurants.  The ACEEE Hot Water Foru ...

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Is the CFL era over? Rapid changes in the Residential Lighting Market

Since early 2012, when the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) began to have an impact on the presence of traditional incandescent general purpose lamps in retail stores, the residential lighting market has undergone rapid changes. Before the ...

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Post mortem: Dissecting an underperforming behavior program

Residential energy consumption accounted for 21% of total primary energy consumption in the United States (EIA 2015). In recent years, the average US household has become more energy efficient. While the residential sector currently is the largest el ...

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Achieving big savings: takeaways from ACEEE’s recent report

ACEEE recently wrote a great paper titled “Big Savers: Experiences and Recent History of Program Administrators Achieving High Levels of Electric Savings.”  While the report is substantial, I highly recommend reading it if you have the time.  I ...

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How much will REV seep into the market transformation discussions at the ACEEE MT Symposium?

The American Council for an Energy Efficiency Economy (ACEEE) hosts its annual Market Transformation Symposium in Baltimore this coming week.  This will be the 20th Symposium, meaning that market transformation has been as a policy and a public goal ...

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Can energy efficiency unlock the gridlock in Congress?

Can energy efficiency unlock the gridlock in Congress?

The traffic in Washington DC is reflective of the pace of legislative action on Capitol Hill—slow moving with little result. Yet, on March 5th, the House of Representatives passed the Energy Efficiency Improvement Act of 2014 (HR 2126) on a biparti ...

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