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Capitalizing on Where Water and Energy Meet

The President’s inauguration speech sparked renewed dialogue about the need for a comprehensive energy plan to address climate change. Recent decrease in lake levels in Texas is causing the city of Wichita Falls to look for new ways to stabilize...

Posted February 18, 2013    

Energy Efficiency Tax Credits Are Back Just in Time

Just in time for tax season, Congress has given American homeowners and businesses a chance to keep a little more of their hard-earned money. Late on January 1, 2013, the “fiscal cliff showdown” ended with the House passing a bill to avert income...

Posted January 11, 2013    

Energy Efficiency Looks Beyond the Natural Gas Boom

The recent boom in shale gas production and the subsequent decrease in the price of natural gas have left some wondering what the role for energy efficiency will be in the future. As a new ACEEE white paper explains, energy efficiency measures are...

Posted September 18, 2012