This report describes the power grid, how it operates and how a smarter grid will change the design and operations to lead to more efficient, effective power delivery in the future.
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This document lists financial incentives being offered by public utilities for energy-efficient equipment and appliances, home improvements, and facility upgrades in the United States.
This tool is an economic cash flow model designed to help U.S. public utility commissions and the renewable energy community assess projects, design cost-based incentives and evaluate the impact of tax incentives.
Established by President Obama, the Interagency Task Force on Carbon Capture and Storage (IATFCCS) was tasked with developing a plan that would allow widespread deployment of carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technologies in the United States within 10 years.
This report describes innovative financial instruments, energy efficiency strategies and action plans in 28 International Energy Agency (IEA) member countries.
This report considers the perspective of consumers on policy and regulatory issues associated with administration of energy efficiency investments funded by ratepayers of electric and natural gas utilities.
This series of policy briefs is specifically designed to provide state officials and those who track and analyze state legislation with a concise review of policy options available to state governments in promoting energy efficiency in the United States.
This handbook is designed to be a user-friendly guide rather than a technical compendium or comprehensive collection of relevant legislation. The focus is on national legislation, but the report encompasses national constitutional provisions, regulations and state and local laws.
This summary document provides an overview of energy efficiency policies and planning across all sectors in International Energy Agency (IEA) member countries. It contains an overview of changes in policy context by country, as well as updated data on energy consumption and intensity.
This report provides public data on United States solar installations by technology, state, and market sector.