Wisconsins public information for reducing energy in home, businesses and the environment
Selected articles from magazine on residential energy conservation.
US Department of Energy information for consumers, business, and communities. Links to many energy pages of the DOE.
A energy efficient lighting design resource for the northwest of the U.S. Offers training classes, demonstrations, consultations, and related services.
Research and development on technologies to reduce energy consumption in homes, industry, transportation, and utilities. Advanced materials, improved insulation, telecommuting, and improved heat pumps. From Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Examined the potential for public policies and programs to foster efficient and clean energy technology solutions. Prepared by the Interlaboratory Working Group on Energy-Efficient and Clean-Energy Technologies for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy U. S. Department of Energy.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's contribution to organizing a wide array of pointers to energy-efficiency resources on the World Wide Web. Energy Crossroads currently contains about 650 links to other Web sites.
An initiative of DOE's Office of Industrial Technologies (OIT), to help manufacturing plants improve energy efficiency and reduce costs in motor, steam, compressed air, and process heat systems. Works with its Allied Partners to assist thousands of industrial end-users nationwide achieve increased energy efficiency and productivity improvements.
Resources on detecting and preventing air leakage in buildings to reduce energy loss. Includes thermodynamic conservation equations.
Doctoral thesis about the organizational aspects on demand-side management and energy efficiency.