Companies are improving the energy efficiency of their products and services to respond to consumer demands and competitive pressures. Some companies are rolling out entirely new business lines to help businesses and consumers better manage their energy use.
The resources below include presentations, reports and news related to energy efficiency in products and services, as well as links to other organizations and web sites working on this issue.
Hewlett-Packard has achieved a 50 percent improvement in product energy efficiency, exceeding its target, the electronics company said.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio approved a plan to offer customers up to six high-efficiency light bulbs as part of a larger, three-year energy efficiency program that includes rebates and home energy audits.
The second-ever Staples EcoEasy challenge yesterday recognized three college projects designing sustainable office supplies.
Southern California Edison (SCE) has announced that it will offer EnerNOC’s EfficiencySMART software and services to help utility customers find energy savings.
Most energy efficiency efforts, Google’s Energy Czar William Weihl said during Climate One at The Commonwealth Club, is a no brainer.
Ford, Lowe’s, J.C. Penney and KB Home are among the winners of the 2011 Energy Star Awards, announced by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today.