Energy efficiency: Big deals and new ideas

By Elisa Wood January 9, 2013 The economic premise behind energy efficiency –  that it’s cheaper to save a unit of energy than to make one – has caught on in the US.  Energy efficiency spending is up, and our energy use is declining, measured both per capita and per dollar of gross domestic product, according to government figures. So it is not … [Read more...]

New Institute To Develop And Promote EE Tech

Lisa Cohn of RealEnergyWriters interviews Andy Gellman, head of chemical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and head of the Institute for Energy innovation. He describes the goals of the new institute – to develop new energy technologies and promote their adoption.   New Institute To Develop And Promote EE Tech] … [Read more...]