Three Tricks to Inspire Southern Energy Efficiency

Let’s face it. When it comes to energy efficiency, the South seems stuck in its rocking chair on the front porch watching the Northeast and West walk by with all the savings. Time and again, southern states rank among the lowest on national energy efficiency scorecards. But that’s starting to change. And it has a lot to do with understanding what … [Read more...]

A Primer on ESPCs, UESCs and the "CBO Scoring Problem"

As the nation’s largest energy consumer, the Federal government is always trying to find ways to reduce energy consumption and save valuable taxpayer dollars. One popular method used to reduce consumption is through improved energy efficiency because it has proven to be a cost-effective way to produce significant savings. However, due to the nature … [Read more...]

Energy Efficiency Deals & Projects: No Summer Vacation for the ESCOs!

It is summer vacation for a lot of people who work in the energy industry, but still the fast-growing energy efficiency market keeps producing deals and new projects. Here are a few from ESCOs and others. The State University of New York (SUNY) plans to incorporate energy-efficient information technology at its 64 campuses and make other … [Read more...]