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wEEkly update
 December 09, 2019






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New York Times - The Department of Energy estimates that Americans burn 6.6 billion kilowatt-hours annually using holiday lights. That’s enough electricity to power more than 800,000 homes for a year. But with a few simple adjustments, you can make your lights a bit greener.
Yale 360 - Along Colorado’s Front Range, researchers are working to develop new ways of detecting methane leaks, using everything from lasers to light aircraft to drones. Their technologies could curb a potent contributor to climate change, while saving industry billions of dollars in lost gas.
PR Newswire - The two-year project will save over $150,000 annually in natural gas and improve the health, safety and comfort of low-income residents. The two-year, million-dollar undertaking at Angelus Plaza, replaced six domestic hot water boilers, six space heating hot water boilers and installed one tankless hot water heater with higher efficiency equipment. The project also installed pipe insulation and on-demand boiler controls.
International Energy Agency -  The World Energy Outlook series is a leading source of strategic insight on the future of energy and energy-related emissions, providing detailed scenarios that map out the consequences of different energy policy and investment choices. This year's edition updates the outlooks for all fuels, technologies and regions, based on the latest market data, policy initiatives and cost trends.
GreenBiz - GreenBiz is conducting a research project to help determine how global companies procure and utilize energy and other natural resources. This 5-7 minute web survey will lead to deeper understanding of how organizations are managing energy and sustainability, including how readily they are meeting their goals now and how prepared they are for the future. Take the survey

Top Resources

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  5. SEEC 2019 Legislative Update (SEEC)
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