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 •  October 28, 2016

Washington – The Alliance to Save Energy’s Board of Directors on Wednesday elected three new members to help lead the organization’s mission of achieving a more energy efficient future. The newly elected directors, who represent top business and utility entities, include:Melissa E. Adams, Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer, Washington...

Alliance to Save Energy

 •  September 28, 2016

This is an interesting week. Today the D.C. District Court of Appeals is hearing oral arguments on challenges to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan (CPP), and earlier this week the participating states of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) released their annual report tracking the cumulative investments of auction...

Alliance to Save Energy

 •  September 15, 2016

Introduction: Characteristics of an Integrated Grid Since the creation of the electric grid, when you flipped on your light switch, pretty much the same thing happened: a power plant somewhere in the distance sent electricity over a bunch of wires that eventually made it to your house and lit up the light bulb. The more lights you, or your city,...

Alliance to Save Energy

 •  August 31, 2016

This is the third installment in a blog series that will break down and explore the comprehensive energy bill being debated in Congress. In the first and second installments of this series, we discussed provisions related to building energy codes and the energy-water nexus in the comprehensive energy bill.Today, let’s turn to another element of...

Alliance to Save Energy

 •  August 31, 2016

One of the most important pillars of our work here at the Alliance to Save Energy is our Associate membership, who represent nearly 130 companies and organizations actively working to advance energy efficiency in their respective sectors. Read on to learn about the concrete ways our Associates are making real advancements in Boston’s energy...

Alliance to Save Energy

 •  August 23, 2016

In many parts of the United States, this summer has been hotter than average – and energy bills have been soaring as a result. With heating and cooling costs typically accounting for almost half of the average utility bill, homeowners and business owners would be wise to seek out energy-saving tactics for the remainder of the summer.From simple...

Alliance to Save Energy

 •  August 15, 2016

A powerful new state energy policy resource The State Policy Opportunity Tracker (SPOT) for Clean Energy is a first-of-its-kind database that enables users to quickly identify existing clean energy policies across states – and to “spot” policy gaps. This easy-to-use and free resource was developed by the Center for the New Energy Economy at...

Alliance to Save Energy

 •  August 10, 2016

Energy policy has been a major issue of the 114th Congress. As you read this post, two competing energy bills – one passed by the House of Representatives, the other by the Senate – are being negotiated by leaders engaged in a conference committee. Conferees, and...