The Alliance Commission on National Energy Efficiency Policy released a report with recommendations that could double the energy productivity of the U.S. by 2030.
The report found that a doubling of energy productivity would reduce U.S. carbon dioxide pollution down to four billion tons per year by 2030, which is 33 percent below 2005 levels.
“The Commission’s recommendations are an innovative approach to greatly increasing our nation’s use of energy efficiency – which represents a huge and largely untapped – opportunity,” said Commission President Fred Krupp.
The commission is a diverse coalition of energy leaders from energy utilities, academia, industry, and environmental groups.
Read more about the report.