27th Annual Energy Efficiency Forum
June 23, 2016

Efficiency:  Driving Energy Systems Transformation 
Energy systems are evolving, with traditional users acting as both energy consumers and producers – and employing distributed generation, storage, demand response and information technologies to transform these systems.  This year’s Forum highlights the pioneering policies, technologies and practices at the center of a future that values energy efficiency as a key driver.

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Energy efficiency key facts

  1. Energy efficiency standards put in place since 2013 will save consumers over $1.7 trillion through 2030. Recent additional standards bring the U.S. more than two-thirds of the way to achieving the goal of reducing carbon pollution by 3 billion metric tons. (U.S. DOE, Dec 2015)
  2. By 2020, we will have about 20 million residential “prosumers” in North America. (Frost & Sullivan, March 2015)
  3. Some 50,000 U.S. customers are engaged in utility pilot-scale demand response programs, representing an estimated $12.5 million market. The estimated potential is 20 million customers, representing a $3.0 billion market. (Navigant, Jan 2016)
  4. 84 percent of Millennials are willing to pay 2-3 percent more for an energy-efficient home as long as they can see a return on their power bills. (NAHB, March 2015)
  5. $1 million investment in a building energy efficiency improvement supports 20 jobs. (ACEEE 2014)


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