NEIs are a widely recognized but difficult to quantify affect of energy efficiency programs. The impacts of efficiency programs extend beyond electric demand and electricity, gas, and oil consumption energy savings. NEIs have traditionally been characteri
On-bill financing programs are a promising way for utilities to help their customers invest in energy efficiency improvements, such as upgrading to a high-efficiency air conditioner or adding insulation.
Optimal Energy, an energy efficiency consultant, recently conducted a study to calculate the potential energy savings from the implementation of energy efficiency measures in Missouri’s affordable multifamily sector.
Making multifamily residential properties more energy efficient is a key strategy for reducing the disproportionate energy cost burden facing families on limited incomes. Energy cost burden is the percentage of household income spent on energy bills.
Huge numbers of Californians struggle and sacrifice to afford energy bills - a fact most Californians understand and would even pay more to rectify, a new poll commissioned by Energy Efficiency for All shows.