26th Annual Energy Efficiency Forum
Leveraging Innovation to become an Energy Efficiency Superpower

June 11, 2015 Washington, D.C.

The U.S. is now an energy superpower: #1 in natural gas production and soon to be #1 in oil production. But what will it take for us to be an Energy Efficiency Superpower?

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Energy efficiency key facts

  1. U.S. electrical energy consumption is down by 6% since its peak in 2007, and every year since has shown a year-over-year reduction in per capita consumption. (Electric Power Annual Data Tables, 2012)
  2. For nine straight years, projections of U.S. Building Sector energy consumption -- through the year 2030 -- have declined. (U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Annual Energy Outlook 2014)
  3. In spite of the progress, when compared to the world’s other large economies, the US ranks #13 out of 16 when it comes to Energy Efficiency. (ACEEE 2014 International EE Scorecard)
  4. People running buildings are “paying a lot more attention” to energy efficiency, with interest increasing by 116% since 2010. (Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey, 2013)
  5. Families and businesses have realized estimated savings of more than $295 billion on utility bills and prevented more than 2.1 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions over the past two decades. (ENERGY STAR, 2014)


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