Energy Efficiency

Nearly three-quarters (74 percent) of respondents supported investing taxpayers' money in energy-efficiency technologies, innovations, and programs if they would save consumers money.

Clean Edge, Inc. and SolarCity today announced the results of an inaugural national poll of U.S. homeowners among the first to ask homeowners directly if they would be interested in solar for their own homes—62 percent said yes.

After several meetings with Republican and Democratic office staffers, it is clear that the prospects of enacting the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act are still far away. 

he greatest improvement for commercial construction continues to be in metro areas with exposure to the energy and technology sectors.

PIMA announced that it has signed on as a Kilowatt Level sponsor of Appalachian State University‘s entry to the Solar Decathlon Europe 2014.

Germany’s BASF SE is planning to increase its research activities in Asia and North America, with a target of doing half of its research and development outside its home base.

The UTECH North America event has announced details of its packed two-day conference program taking place June 4th-5th, 2014 in Charlotte, NC.

An effective new form of insulation created entirely from wood has been created by researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research.

A team of software developers is offering a free online calculator you can use to compare the thermal performance and cost of a variety of roof, floor, and wall assemblies.

U.S. energy companies don't see eye to eye with the Obama administration's Environmental Protection Agency. But for the first time in years, they have begun to fashion something resembling a working relationship.

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