Links and Resources

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy provides information to promote energy efficiency and environmental protection

ENERGY STAR for small business

Whether you own your building or are a tenant, you typically need lighting, heating, air conditioning, power for office equipment, and other services to stay in business. With free, unbiased information and technical support from ENERGY STAR, you can improve your small business’s financial performance by reducing energy waste and energy costs, while protecting the environment.

Energy Efficiency

Learn about energy efficiency from the DOE official site

Energy Users News

Free Energy management newsletters for the commercial, industrial and institutional markets

Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)

The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting environmentally sustainable societies.

Flex your power

California Energy Commission’s guide to conserving energy

Official site of the National Association of State Energy Officials

Solar Action Alliance
Solar Action Alliance is a large group of like-minded people who are concerned about the environment and what the world will be like in the future if nothing is done to conserve its energy sources. Solar energy is available freely, it’s abundant, it’s clean, it’s reliable and what is the most important thing it’s renewable energy from the sun. Far less of the world’s resources are depleted to supply energy if the sun is used to fulfill our insatiable demand for it.

Solar Power Authority 

Our goal is to help you find and compare providers of home solar panels and installation, keep up on news and trends in solar power, and save the world by promoting clean energy. We do the research so you don’t have to.

Vivint Solar
Vivint Solar provides homeowners with simple and affordable clean energy. We believe that going solar should be headache and hassle-free. That’s why we supply the solar panels, and take care of all the installation and maintenance—for little to no upfront cost.

US DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office:
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO).  AMO is pursuing a revitalized mission as the lead government office working to identify, explore, develop, demonstrate, and deploy new, energy-efficient processes and materials technologies that will help U.S. manufacturers secure a competitive advantage in the global economy.  Collectively, AMO’s technologies and suite of technology deployment resources create opportunities for U.S. manufacturers to realize bankable results in productivity and energy savings while also reducing carbon emissions.