The Alliance to Save Energy – some of the good guys.

This another cool site. Unfortunately this series has not been as constant as I would like because real world news keeps getting in the road, but I am putting them up as quick as I can.


The Alliance to Save Energy promotes energy efficiency worldwide to achieve a healthier economy, a cleaner environment, and greater energy security.

Energy efficiency is the quickest, cheapest, cleanest way to extend our world’s energy supplies.


Submit Your Nomination for the 2008 Star of Energy Efficiency Awards Today!

The Alliance to Save Energy invites companies, organization, and individuals to enter the 2008 Star of Energy Efficiency Awards competition. These prestigious awards honor those entities who have demonstrated a significant and tangible commitment to the cause of energy efficiency, and will be presented September 25, 2008 in Washington, DC at the Alliance to Save Energy’s 16th Annual Evening with the Stars of Energy Efficiency Dinner



30% in 2009

Join the Alliance and its many colleagues in supporting a 30% improvement in energy efficiency for the next update of the International Energy Conservation Code (2009 IECC). Read more about the Energy Efficiency Code Coalition and the code proposals that will take us to “30.”

As Winter Heating Costs Spike, Alliance to Save Energy Advises Using Energy Efficiency to Cut Home Energy Bills, Pollution

With average heating costs across the nation spiking about 11 percent over last winter’s, the Alliance to Save Energy recommends energy-efficiency measures to help consumers cut home energy bills, increase indoor comfort, and reduce power plant emissions that contribute to climate change.

President Signs Energy Bill into Law

The President signed into law the most sweeping energy efficiency legislation ever enacted on December 19, 2007. H.R. 6, The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, is projected to save American consumers and businesses more than $400 billion through 2030, and will reduce energy consumption by 7% and greenhouse gas emissions by 9% from the forecast for 2030, according to the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.

EE Global a Success!

With attendees representing 32 countries; and exhibitor organizations based in 26 states, the District of Columbia, and six foreign countries, the Alliance to Save Energy considers the first-ever EE Global Forum and Exposition a success! Attendance also included 45 media representatives from outlets including CNN, Fox Business Network and National Geographic. Over 500 people from the D.C. area turned out for public day; and we gathered over 800 people for the forum and exhibition. 

Stay tuned for pictures and follow-up information. In the meantime, you can read the show’s daily newspaper through the Event Updates section of the EE Global web site.

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