Smart government policies have spurred rapid acceleration in renewable energy. They can do the same for building efficiency upgrades.
A report from Rewiring America and the Center for American Progress asks policymakers to make the replacement of electric appliances as cheap and easy as possible.
The Global Cooling Prize awards $1 million to designs that shave energy, reduce global warming and could make AC more affordable and eco-friendly for billions.
Taking a lesson from the World War II financing playbook to combat the climate crisis.
Weatherization, heat pumps and flexible loads could prevent Texas-style disasters, cutting peaker-plant and in-home carbon emissions to boot.
The legislation aims to zero out carbon in affordable housing and reduce the energy burden for low-income households.
Marin Clean Energy’s Demand FLEXmarket merges efficiency and demand response to capture the value of behind-the-meter resources. Could it be the start of a statewide trend?
As office buildings start to reopen around the world, they must balance increased energy efficiency with indoor air quality.