NRDC Expert Blog

Driving the Market for Heat Pumps in the Northeast

This blog is co-authored with Emily Levin, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation

LA City Council Moves to Slash GHG Emissions from Buildings

Los Angeles, the nation’s second-largest city, took a bold step toward reducing climate pollution this week when its City Council adopted an amendment aimed at

Valuing Distributed Energy Resources: A California Update

My colleague, former NRDC Fellow Dan Aas, is co-author of this blog entry.

Commission Should Enable Switching to Clean Energy for Heat

California homes and businesses must transition to clean, renewable sources of energy for heating our buildings and water in order to meet the state’s climate goals.

Can Paying-For-Performance Increase Energy Savings?

What’s the best way to motivate people to cut the energy waste in their homes and businesses? Most energy efficiency programs offer rebates and incentives upfront to promote smarter energy use through things like highly efficient appliances and weatherization.

An Update on California’s Distributed Energy Leadership

My colleague, NRDC Fellow Dan Aas, is the primary author of this blog entry.

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