ACEEE released its first-ever City Energy Efficiency Scorecard, ranking Washington, D.C., as America’s seventh most energy-efficient city.
Virginia Energy Sense, an efficiency education program set up by the state, is offering residents a slew of tips that can help save on those rising utility costs over the holiday.
Genworth Mortgage Insurance is looking to incorporate estimations for green upgrades and energy-savings into its loan underwriting standards, giving a 10 percent refund on mortgage premiums to homeowners that have established energy efficient households.
New remarks from co-sponsor Senator Jeanne Shaheen have rekindled hopes of getting the Shaheen-Portman bill back on track.
After a successful program this past spring, Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) is bringing back its Energy Savings Challenge for the winter.
Despite a 50 percent reduction in energy intensity since 1973, the United States continues to lag behind other countries in energy efficiency.
You can help yourself – and your bank account – this winter by weatherproofing your home and creating a more energy efficient residence to help save on those utility costs.
The state is taking new measures to further its green portfolio, with officials now approving a requested $95 million in funds for utility-operated efficiency programs.