October 7 is Energy Efficiency Day.
But efficiency is year-round.
Save Money. Cut Pollution. Create Jobs.
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The pandemic’s undefined period of time at home and away from office buildings and schools brings to mind thoughts of workers throughout the energy sector – particularly those currently unemployed or underemployed: building and home inspectors and evaluators, HVAC and...
Today, the transportation sector is the leading source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, as well as a significant emitter of nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, and other air toxins that contribute to negative health impacts and climate change. There...
Working from home, teaching children from your kitchen table, enrolling for classes online, and/or streaming more entertainment? COVID-19 means residential energy usage is higher than normal. Homes that are less efficient may lead to particularly high spikes in...