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Yes, Energy Efficiency Matters

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In the ongoing conversation about the future of energy, there’s a noisy subset of commentators who insist energy efficiency doesn’t matter, or that it’s been good but we don’t need more of it. The only sensible way to keep up with electricity..

Farewell Fossil Gas, Hello Better Buildings: A Building Electrification Status Update

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With more than 100 million housing units and commercial buildings burning fossil fuels for space or water heating or for cooking across the United States, our building sector needs a major retrofit. Buildings cause 13 percent of the nation’s..

"You’ll die of old age, I’ll die of climate change"

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We humans are the only beings with the capacity to plan the future and think far ahead. We will need to leverage this capacity a lot more.

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