CIEE, in partnership with the California Natural Resources Agency and the Fifth Assessment team, is pleased to announce a new solicitation to fund a suite of research products that fill demonstrable gaps in the scientific literature related to understanding and adapting to climate change impacts in California.
The use of residential smart technology has led to new energy efficiency investments, but important questions remain regarding who benefits from home energy digitalization and how to ensure it is equitable. Empowering and engaging with people, particularly the most vulnerable, is key to better understanding and utilizing these technologies.
The BECC Conference hosted a webinar on September 15 to address recent developments in behavioral science beyond encouraging general energy-saving behaviors, such as targeting peak heating and cooling events, engaging building occupants, and focusing on building operators who can have greater influence on how energy is used.
Energy Efficiency Day is on October 6, and focuses on cutting consumer energy bills and reducing pollution. For this year’s Energy Efficiency day, a few of CIEE’s team members are sharing our favorite energy efficiency strategies. What are yours?