Content tagged as Energy Efficiency


thumbnail

Efficiency Exchange Conference Highlights Energy Efficiency in a Changing Environment
The Bonneville Power Administration and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, in partnership with the Northwest Power and Conservation Council and utilities throughout ...

thumbnail
Efficiency Exchange Conference Highlights Energy Efficiency in a Changing Environment

The Bonneville Power Administration and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, in partnership with the Northwest Power and Conservation Council and utilities throughout ...




thumbnail

Northwest Carbon Footprint Is Low and Getting Lower
The electricity sector is the primary source of carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S., followed closely by the transportation sector. Together, they account for close to 70 percent of the nation’s emissions.

thumbnail
Northwest Carbon Footprint Is Low and Getting Lower

The electricity sector is the primary source of carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S., followed closely by the transportation sector. Together, they account for close to 70 percent of the nation’s emissions.


thumbnail

Flat Loads
For Northwest utilities, income from power sales and the rates charged per kilowatt-hour grew by more than 3 percent per year over the last 10 years, but customer bills grew just 1 percent per year thanks largely to warm weather and energy efficiency, both of which reduce demand for power.

thumbnail
Flat Loads

For Northwest utilities, income from power sales and the rates charged per kilowatt-hour grew by more than 3 percent per year over the last 10 years, but customer bills grew just 1 percent per year thanks largely to warm weather and energy efficiency, both of which reduce demand for power.




thumbnail

Northwest Energy Savings Now Second Largest Resource
In 2014, Northwest utilities developed 262 average megawatts of new energy savings, enough to power 180,000 homes each year, adding to the region’s impressive track record in achieving energy efficiency

thumbnail
Northwest Energy Savings Now Second Largest Resource

In 2014, Northwest utilities developed 262 average megawatts of new energy savings, enough to power 180,000 homes each year, adding to the region’s impressive track record in achieving energy efficiency