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Goodbye Residential Lighting, Hello New Efficiency Opportunities!

Goodbye Residential Lighting, Hello New Efficiency Opportunities!

It is with mixed emotions that I write this blog to bid adieu to one of the hallmarks of energy efficiency, residential lighting. While homes across the region and nation still have inefficient lighting technologies installed, the market transformation path for this measure is all but inevitable, and the need for NEEP’s continued thought leadership has ended.

Appliance Standards Bulletin

The efficiency community focuses on minimum efficiency appliance standards because they significantly reduce energy waste, save money and cut pollution. The following product categories, for which DOE has proposed standards, will significantly impact the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic for years to come. Although each federal rulemaking is unique and has its own story associated with it, they are a reminder that the federal standards...

Cheaper, More Efficient Way to Keep Beer Cold and Ice Cream Frozen? You Bet.

Commercial refrigeration, appliance standards, energy efficiency retrofits, retrofitting, cold beer, program planning, program administrators, technical reference manual, energy efficiency

Picture this: It's Friday night; you and your closest friends are getting together at your place. As the host, you decide to provide the libations for your event. While picking up that cold six-pack of beer, you notice a sign on the freezer door that explains that the price of your six-pack has been reduced due to the recent implementation of commercial refrigeration retrofits. You think to yourself, “great, cheap beer, but what...