In a challenging economy when costs seem to be rising constantly, low-income households face an increasing risk of being unable to afford basic necessities, including electricity
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, now 25 years old, has improved energy efficiency in the region by 859 average megawatts over its lifetime.
Achievements slowed in 2020, partly due to impacts of the pandemic and partly due to increasing costs of efficiency measures
It's no surprise that energy use was higher during the day than it was before the pandemic, but end-use study shows how much and when.
Efficiency, long the lowest-cost resource to meet future demand for power, is being out-priced by renewable resources, particularly solar. Clean-energy policies are driving the proliferation of carbon-free renewables.
Stakeholders asked the Council to consider aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the new plan.
The federal Department of Energy is proposing changes that should speed the review and approval of proposed new standards.
Savings reported for 2018 are equal to the power demand of 164,000 Northwest homes; lighting improvements were a big contributor
Act now to be ready for summer and winter demand peaks in light of coal plant retirements and state polices limiting carbon emissions, experts advise.
The conference is the premier networking and learning conference for energy efficiency professionals in the Northwest.