Stronger Energy Codes Don’t Stop Construction, Says SEEA

Stronger Energy Codes Don’t Stop Construction, Says SEEA

The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance says even with the region-wide implementation of stronger energy codes from 2011 to 2013, permit numbers for commercial construction projects have continued to grow, largely surpassing pre-recession peaks, while renovations are outpacing new commercial construction throughout the Southeast. SEEA’s new … Read more…

SEEA Finds a 387% ROI from Energy Efficiency Programs

SEEA Finds a 387% ROI from Energy Efficiency Programs

The Cadmus Group evaluated the economic performance of the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance’s 16-city, DOE-funded energy efficiency retrofit consortium from 2010 to 2013 and found that every $1 million invested in energy efficiency programs in the region generated $3.87 million in economic output, together with … Read more…

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