Renewable Energy and Efficiency

Current Campaigns

We need strong energy efficiency policy in Indiana!

SB340 will raise your electric rates and kill thousands of Hoosier jobs to pad the pockets of monopoly utilities.

Energizing Indiana is a new energy efficiency program that can help you find ways to cut your energy use and save money on your electric bills.

Related Documents

March 27, 2017

CAC SB309 Legal Analysis Memo

April 18, 2014

Our latest Energy Efficiency Factsheet

In the Media

July 26, 2012

Energy efficiency is simply using off the shelf technology to use energy more efficiently.  This includes upgrading to more efficient furnaces, air conditioners, water heaters, and other appliances.  It also includes insulating homes better, installing more efficient windows, and simple things like using compact fluorescent light bulbs and weatherstripping around doors and windows.

June 25, 2012

Legislators are ignoring policies that can benefit taxpayers, ratepayers, and the economy as a whole.  Instead, they work to protect the monopoly utilities at taxpayer and ratepayer expense.  We need policies and programs that accelerate the market preference for efficiency and renewables.  This represents the least-cost approach for taxpayers and ratepayers.  It also creates the most jobs and addresses protecting our environment in a cost-effective, responsible manner.  

April 25, 2012

“The Verdict is clear: Clean Energy Advocates Are the Majority, Not the ‘Fringe’; Survey Finds Across-the-Board Political Support for Shifting from Dirty Energy.”

May 19, 2010

What happens if Congress fails to pass a climate or energy bill in 2010? Even without a federal carbon policy, the United States could move from the "business as usual" status quo to a dramatically cleaner and healthier approach to meeting its electrical power needs, according to a major new report from the nonprofit and nonpartisan Civil Society Institute think tank, convener of theclean.org.

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