Grist’s David Roberts talks to us about the future of energy efficiency programs in the changing political landscape.
How can energy efficiency programs have a major impact when their success is measured by only one or two percentage points?
Bracken Hendricks of the Center for American Progress talks with Midwest Energy News about what will happen to the clean energy movement after federal stimulus money runs out.
Last year’s failure to pass a cap-and-trade bill should not dishearten advocates for clean energy and energy efficiency projects, says Bracken Hendricks, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
The Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance conference gets down to business – looking ahead at what the new political landscape means for energy policy.