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The United States is ranked ninth by the ACEEE out of the 12 economies on energy efficiency. According to the ACEEE report, the US has made “limited or little progress toward greater efficiency at the national level." This ranking shows the need for increased energy efficiency in the United States.
Date: 07/16/2012
Type: Article
Technologies: Economic Impact
ACEEE released a report on miscellaneous energy loads in buildings, indicating that these loads consume $70 billion in energy each year. The author suggests that the efficiency of these loads could be increased 40% - 50%.
Date: 08/08/2013
Type: Article
Energy efficiency is gaining momentum in states that have traditionally been behind the curve in pushing such technology, according to research by the American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy. Many of these states are passing legislation and taking steps in improving energy efficiency by 2020.
Date: 05/17/2012
Type: Article
A new report from the ACEEE ranks America's 34 largest cities on what they are doing to save energy and costs in 5 key areas.
Date: 09/20/2013
Type: Article
Technologies: General Information
The ACEEE examines three energy efficiency investment scenarios and examines their potential impact on the US economy by 2050.
Date: 02/21/2012
Type: Report
Technologies: Economic Impact

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