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ACEEEAmerican Council for an Energy Efficient Economy
ACEEEAssociation of Computer Electronics and Electrical Engineers
ACEEEAltai Centre for Environmental Engineering Education (UNESCO International Centre for Engineering Education)
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The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) offers a free appliance guide (see contacts below).
The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) recently announced the release of a new report, titled "Stationary Fuel Cells: Future Promise, Current Hype," which "presents the benefits and disadvantages of a variety of stationary fuel cell technologies, and discusses the current and future market situation."
For instance, Therese Langer, transportation program director for the Washington, DC-based American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, says, "Raising CAFE [Corporate Average Fuel Economy] standards for mileage in the auto industry to forty miles per gallon would reduce dependence on foreign oil by two million barrels a day, or more than twice the amount we now import from Saudi Arabia." Langer also points out that these savings could be realized within a decade, which is roughly the amount of time it would take to get the ANWR wells up and running.
"An expanded focus on futuristic technologies combined with ongoing neglect of technology improvements needed today represents, on balance, only another step backward from tangible progress toward the goal of a sustainable transportation system," says John DeCicco, of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy and co-author of the UCS report.
These standards should trim electricity consumption 30.4 terawatt-hours (trillion watt-hours) by 1995 and reduce peak demand by 12,800 megawatts, according to calculations by Howard Geller, associate director of the Washington, D.C.-based American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
ENERGY STAT: UTILITIES SPENT APPROXIMATELY $7.7 BILLION ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS NATIONWIDE IN 2015, COMPARED TO $7.3 BILLION IN 2014, ACCORDING TO THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR AN ENERGY EFFICIENT ECONOMY.
The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy estimates consumers will save $40 billion between 2012 and 2030 as we switch to halogen and compact fluorescent bulbs.
The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) recently announced this year's "greenest" and "meanest" vehicles, along with the environmental scorings of all model year 2005 cars and passenger trucks, as part of the ACEEE Green Book Online, the eighth annual edition of the council's environmental guide to cars and trucks, available online at http://www.greenercars.com.
Massachusetts took top honors for the fifth year in a row in 2015's State Energy Efficiency Scorecard rankings, an annual study by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy.
Commercial buildings could save up to $60 billion if investments in energy efficiency were ramped up by just 1-4%, according to a study by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
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