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How Much Are We Really Spending on Energy Efficiency?

How Much Are We Really Spending on Energy Efficiency? | CapitalEE - The Capital of Energy & Efficiency | Scoop.it

The new Global Cleantech 100 list of private companies breaking barriers with their clean technology ideas and executions across the worldwide economy finds that energy efficiency companies not only continue to dominate the list, but are growing in influence.For the past five years, the Cleantech Group has published an inventory of 100 companies it believes are most likely to have a large commercial impact in the next 5 to 10 years. The recently released  2013 version indicates the world economy is waking up to energy efficiency’s vast business potential, and its reach is spreading.


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The California Model For Energy Efficiency

Over the last 35 years, an innovative and pioneering California model for energy efficiency has helped keep per capita energy use in California nearly flat. ...
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Global Switch to Energy Efficient Lighting Drives Phase Out of Traditional Incandescent Bulbs, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc

Global Switch to Energy Efficient Lighting Drives Phase Out of Traditional Incandescent Bulbs, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc | CapitalEE - The Capital of Energy & Efficiency | Scoop.it

GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Traditional Incandescent Bulbs markets. Global market for Traditional Incandescent Bulbs is forecast to decline to US$48.2 million by 2018, due to the gradual phase out of energy inefficient products across the world.
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