Tagged with energy efficiency

The Trump administration rolled back Obama-era fuel efficiency standards for automobiles this week, creating regulatory confusion for the auto industry

The Trump administration rolled back Obama-era fuel efficiency standards for automobiles this week, creating regulatory confusion for the auto industry

Alyssa Danigelis, writing on the Environment + Energy Leader website, discusses  the confusion that has been created by the Trump administration rolling back on the previous planned approach to improve fuel efficiency standards for automobiles. Now the annual improvement is significantly lower than previously planned. But there are still clashes with the new federal standards … Continue reading

Boosting access for SMEs to energy efficiency

Boosting access for SMEs to energy efficiency

David Paul writes on the Digit website about a new effort to be able to get SMEs to improve their energy efficiency. The plan is to develop a platform that will simplify the process of engaging with energy efficiency by automatically optimising a business’ total energy consumption and the energy performance of its premises specifically. … Continue reading

Planning the first interregional transfer in the US of carbon-free electricity made available as a result of savings from energy efficiency measures

Planning the first interregional transfer in the US of carbon-free electricity made available as a result of savings from energy efficiency measures

Ralph Cavanagh writes on the Natural Resources Defense Council website about an attempt to send to California electricity produced in the Pacific Northwest, and not needed there because its customers exceeded energy savings targets established by regional planners to ensure adequate Northwest power supplies. This looks like an excellent opportunity to take advantage of electricity … Continue reading