Energy Efficiency Day 2017: Great Progress and Potential
- Oct 5, 2017 3:22 pm GMT
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Authored by Elisheva Mittelman
The nation’s second annual Energy Efficiency Day is today and serves to remind us of the incredibly important role smarter energy use plays in America’s transition to a cleaner, healthier, more affordable energy system. Many state and local governments, utilities, and consumers are doubling down on efficiency programs and policies, but there is still vast untapped potential for growth. To fully realize the substantial benefits provided by energy efficiency, we must strengthen efficiency standards for our buildings and the equipment inside them, and scale up investments to unprecedented levels.
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