Consolidated Edison Solutions GREEN Power
Tips on energy efficiency are available from Con Edison. Support a clean and secure source of electricity through ConEdison Solutions' GREEN Power program for residents and small businesses.
Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE)
CEE promotes the manufacture and purchase of energy-efficient products and services, with sections tailored to individuals, businesses, and government purchasing initiatives.
Consumers Guide to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
For more information on energy efficient products for your home, including compact fluorescent light bulbs and energy efficient appliances, see the United States Department of Energy (DOE) Consumers Guide to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
EPRI contains technical information geared towards utilities, but their publications database contains informative research articles, as well as links to all types of energy-related sites.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory , supported by the United States Department of Energy (DOE), presents Energy Crossroads, an extensive list of web resources about energy, including government agencies, utilities, companies, and other energy-related sites.
Washington State University's EnergyIdeas Clearinghouse provides objective technical information about sustainable energy choices, including standards, case studies, and publications, as well as discussion groups.
Together, the United States Department of Energy (DOE) and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) created Energy Savers, a website that provides information to help you save energy in your home, business, vehicle, or industrial plant.
Energy Saving Community
EnergySavingCommunity was formed to offer advice on working as a community to save energy. The site provides a guide for getting a community project started, from gauging local interest, involving other groups and getting funding, to the technologies themselves and some simple, self-help ideas to save energy.
United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) created ENERGY STAR®, a guide to energy efficiency and energy-efficient products. Visit the ENERGY STAR® website for information on the purchasing and procurement of energy-efficient products.
Insulation Fact Sheet
United States Department of Energy (DOE)'s Insulation Fact Sheet can help you choose the right insulation. The guide discusses R-values (measure of insulating power) for insulation and tells you how much insulation to install.
National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) Whole Building Design Guide
NIBS has developed a Whole Building Design Guide, offering information on integrated whole-building techniques and technologies to create high-performance building.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
NREL provides a publications database, the New Energy Information Locator (NEIL), solar radiation data and maps, wind energy resource maps, and information on whole-building design . Publications include information on weather stripping and caulking .
New York City's PlaNYC
PlaNYC includes information on how the city plans to increase energy efficiency by the year 2030 and reduce energy consumption in City government by 30% within 10 years .
New York City's PlaNYC Update and Summer Energy Conservation Guidelines
An announcement to all City Agencies regarding energy conservation guidelines.
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
NYSERDA offers technical assistance and resources to improve your home's energy efficiency. See their Local Government Energy-Efficient Product Procurement Program (GEEP-NY) or for more information, call 1-877-NYSMART or visit their Get Energy Smart website.
Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP)
NEEP provides information about energy efficiency in homes, buildings, and industry in the Northeast U.S., including regional energy efficiency initiatives, and evaluation tools.
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)
Under the direction of the United States Department of Energy (DOE), EERE offers a comprehensive website with a wealth of information and free subscriptions to a weekly email newsletter. It includes information on equipment standards for appliances, making new and existing buildings energy efficient, energy conserving techniques for various business and institutional sectors, energy codes, and research/funding partnering opportunities. Visit Building Envelope , Building Technologies Program , and Building Energy Codes Program for more information.
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