Could Energy Efficiency Be the Key to Bipartisan Climate Change Legislation?
One humble way to reduce carbon pollution has been gathering steam in red and blue states alike: energy efficiency.
D.C. Considers a Bill Committing to 100 Percent Renewable Energy
The proposed act would require Washington, D.C., to source 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2032.
Is the U.S. Cowardly in Its Approach to Energy Efficiency?
There's a raft of national benefits to being more energy efficient that don't need to invoke climate or politics. So what's the hold-up?
Real Utility: Accounting for Energy Costs Makes Mortgage Sense
Backers of a move to add utility bills into home-loan considerations say it will boost energy conservation and create lots of jobs that can't be exported.
Compact Fluorescents Not the Only Light of the Future
Response: The editor of Midwest Energy News notes that while CFLs are a common replacement for power-hungry incandescent bulbs, new laws don't mandate their use and their drawbacks are often overstated.