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Depending on how you measure it, yes. A recent study from American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) found that energy efficiency was responsible for meeting 75 percent of the demand for energy services since 1970, while actual supply … Continue reading
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy recently released their sixth annual state scorecard. The ACEEE measures states energy efficiency initiatives. The top states include Massachusetts, California, and Oregon. The three most improved states are Oklahoma (thanks to newly enacted … Continue reading
An ESCO (Energy Service Company) helps companies determine their energy needs and financial options to make it happen!
Red Robin’s corporate restaurants began using LED lighting three years ago and save $600,000 in electricity costs annually. LED lighting was installed in a further 22 franchised locations earlier this year, expected to save the restaurants $117,000 annually. (source: reuter.com) … Continue reading
The objective of the Better Building Challenge is to ultimately help our environment & our economy. It supports the Energy Efficiency goal of encouraging businesses to become 20% more efficient over the next 10 years while saving over $40 billion annually in energy costs. Blog … Continue reading