Posts tagged “energy efficiency”
Last Friday Paul Krugman warned about the possibility of another decade of zero. Krugman warned about the risks of being over-zealous in fighting inflation, and suggested—indirectly—that additional stimulus might be needed. He ended by saying that we could hope that past stimulus will jump-start the economy, but concluded “hope is not a plan.” So what IS a plan? The plan would have to begin by correcting the underlying economic imbalances that led to the recession. While we have made some progress on the direct triggers of the recession, by tightening up credit, especially on home mortgages, and by trying to regulate lending more thoughtfully, we still have not addressed the underlying causes. For mortgage lending, we have made almost no… Continue»
With only 36 percent of the country’s population, the South consumes a considerably larger share of energy per capita compared to the rest of the U.S.
The DOE and EPA are taking to steps to bolster the reputation of their ENERGY STAR logo.
Cities across the country are testing the feasibility of saving money through conversion to LED street lights.
Saint Gobain is expected to receive the ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award today.
The Department Of Energy has officially put development of national TV energy efficiency standards on its schedule.
New York’s federally-funded $17m ‘Great Appliance Swap Out’ runs through February 21st.
U.S. automobile fleet gained only 40 percent in overall miles per gallon efficiency over the same period of time.