Monthly Archives: October 2012

News Updates for the Week of October 29

1. New NAED Study Available: ESCO Partnerships and the Electrical Distribution Industry – This new study looks at partnership options between energy service companies (ESCOs) and distributors. These partnerships are in some cases a good way for distributors to enter

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News Updates for the Week of October 22

1.      New Ballast Energy Standards to Take Effect November 2014 – In November 2011, the Department of Energy (DOE) issued new rules regulating the efficiency of fluorescent lamp ballasts, which take effect November 14, 2014. The rulemaking creates a new

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News Updates for the Week of October 15

1.     Existing Buildings are Poised for Upgrades – Department of Energy (DOE) regulations targeting electromagnetic T12 ballasts and 4- and 8-ft T12 lamps have eliminated a majority of these products from the market, forcing owners of these lighting systems to

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News Updates for the Week of October 8

1.      Highlights of EEI Member and Non-Member Residential/Commercial/Industrial Efficiency and Demand Response Programs for 2012 (Last Updated on June 08, 2012) – Many Electric Companies offer programs and incentives to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy use. Energy-efficiency rebates to

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Politicians need to do what consumer companies do: Focus on customer needs, develop solutions, inform interested citizens, and make them easily accessible.

For all the coverage of the Presidential primaries, only half of eligible voters will likely cast ballots in November. While 20% of U.S. adults are political junkies, the rest can’t spare the time, don’t think their vote will matter, see

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News Updates for the Week of October 1

1.      GSA Makes Case for Smart Lighting, Plug Strip Roll-Out – The US General Services Administration has concluded reviews of energy efficient technologies responsive lighting systems and plug load control and released details of how such technology could be rolled

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