This September 2014 white paper by U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski and Tim Scott presents a national perspective on energy insecurity and how it can be tackled.
A comprehensive resource of incentive programs and tax credits, deductions, and exemptions for energy efficiency and renewables.
ACEEE is an nonprofit dedicated to advancing energy efficiency for economic prosperity and environmental protection. The ACEEE offers a variety of energy efficiency “portals” for visitors to peruse in order to learn about energy consumption and existing energy efficiency policies across multiple sectors in the US. News and blog articles, publications (research reports), and a calendar of events, focused on all things relating to clean energy, provide additional information on ways to promote energy security in the US.
The Green and Healthy Homes Initiative offers tips and details on how to address common health hazards in one’s own home to promote clean, healthy, and safe homes. Articles include tips to help families consume less energy and create homes free of health and safety hazards.
An organization that aims to bring energy efficiency to new and existing buildings as a way to promote and maintain affordable and healthy housing and communities. This organization’s work is focused on engaging a range of educational, technical, and construction management activities and services to improve low-income housing and communities.
Programs offered include: “energy audits, modeling, project work scope and specification development, construction management, bench-marking and energy usage monitoring, and green building design services for high performance new construction.”