From: Center for the New Energy Economy
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: 2014 Energy Efficiency Legislation in the U.S.
Date: Thu May 22 22:11:03 MDT 2014
AEL Tracker
Energy efficiency continues to play a prominent role in state energy policy. Updating previous CNEE briefs , this analysis examines the 
94 energy efficiency-related bills
  proposed this year with a focus on enacted and active legislation. To date, eight laws have been enacted and 13 bills remain active.


Our Center's Director, Bill Ritter, joined the Energy 2030 On the Road launch at the EE Global event this week.  As Leadership Circle co-chair, Governor Ritter talked about the focus on doubling U.S. energy productivity by 2030.  "Improving energy productivity should be a key pillar of America's energy policies for the 21st century whether crafted at the local, state, regional or federal levels of government," Ritter said.  "Our Center's Powering Forward Plan released early this year includes recommendations that would help the federal government lead America on a path to doubling our energy productivity while increasing investment in our economy." 


Read past  Trends and Analyses white papers published by the
The AEL Tracker project is in partnership between Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) & Advanced Energy Economy (AEE)
Online database of energy-related state legislation pending in all 50 states and District of Columbia.

Free to any user, view 1,986 bills related to advanced energy topics.  Legislation is organized into the following policy categories: 
1.   Electricity Generation
2.   Energy Efficiency
3.   Financing
4.   Regulatory
5.   Natural Gas
6.   Emissions
7.   Transportation
8.   Infrastructure
9.   Economic Development
10. Other Energy  


In total, the Tracker database provides current legislative language, recent actions, bill sponsor information, and policy trend analyses.

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