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Wiser has created a free energy efficiency news email so you can stay informed as individuals, businesses, entrepreneurs, governments and organizations strive to use less energy. Our digest is delivered to your inbox once a day and contains the best stories on energy efficiency from around the web. There are several key objectives for making the world more energy efficient. This includes protecting the environment and reducing costs. Sustainability of energy resources and reducing the level of energy imports are also high on the agenda for many countries. Energy efficiency is achieved in many ways. This includes in people's homes and in other buildings with the introduction of things like energy efficient lighting, insulation, and more efficient heating and cooling systems. Industry, air travel and road vehicles are other areas where improvements are being sought. With the latest energy efficiency news you can stay up-to-date on the statistics, the latest innovations, and the government policies that affect the field. Registration is easy and free, so sign up today.

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Michigan begins to unroll new energy laws, study distributed generation costs
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Seeking Alpha • Brad Thomas
China’s GCL New Energy to develop eight North Carolina solar projects
PV-Tech
Senior ministers at odds over readiness of new coal-fired power stations
The Guardian • Katharine Murphy Political Editor
5 Sustainable Cities & What They Are Doing To Fight The Climate Crisis
CleanTechnica • Guest Contributor
UK energy firms including big six miss smart meter deadline
The Guardian • Adam Vaughan
IREDA to sanction Rs 13K crore loans for renewables in FY18
The Economic Times of India
Clean energy forces messy changes for utilities and regulators
Los Angeles Times • Ivan Penn
Does your work desk use as much energy as a refrigerator?
Minnesota Public Radio • Elizabeth Dunbar
Does your work desk use as much energy as a refrigerator?
Minnesota Public Radio • Elizabeth Dunbar
 
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Distributed Generation, Electricity Markets
Michigan begins to unroll new energy laws, study distributed generation costs
Midwest Energy NewsAndy Balaskovitz
A two-year legislative process to reach compromise on wide-ranging energy bills in Michigan will now turn into a two-year implementation period as state officials, utilities and stakeholders comply with provisions in the new laws.
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Accounting, Energy Efficiency
Ignore The Noise, This REIT Is Highly Predictable
Seeking AlphaBrad Thomas
Summary Who said free-throws don’t win games? Hannon Armstrong could be the true Cinderella story in my bracketoloy series. Regardless of the noise, HASI is continuing to book solid assets, locking in valuable spreads. Does anybody remember Blake Ahearn? He is the...
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Energy & Utilities, Energy Efficiency
China’s GCL New Energy to develop eight North Carolina solar projects
PV-Tech
CIT Group, a commercial lending and leasing provider, has served as the sole lead arranger for a US$59.8 million loan facility to China’s GCL New Energy for its 84.5MW solar portfolio in North Carolina.
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Climate Policy, Coal Industry
Senior ministers at odds over readiness of new coal-fired power stations
The GuardianKatharine Murphy Political Editor
Senior Turnbull government ministers are publicly at odds over the timing of new investment in coal-fired power – with the resources minister suggesting Asian and domestic investors “are very interested” and could build a plant within three years, and the energy minister...
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Cleantech, Climate Change
5 Sustainable Cities & What They Are Doing To Fight The Climate Crisis
CleanTechnicaGuest Contributor
Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. Find out what these five cities are doing to fight the climate crisis and improve the lives of their citizens. For centuries, cities have been at the heart of the arts and culture, thriving businesses,...
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Energy Efficiency, Environment
UK energy firms including big six miss smart meter deadline
The GuardianAdam Vaughan
Britain’s leading energy providers are under fire again after missing a deadline to help households with smart meters avoid being hit with unexpected bills. Electricity and gas suppliers, including the big six and smaller providers, had pledged that by the end of...
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Economic Policy, Energy & Utilities
IREDA to sanction Rs 13K crore loans for renewables in FY18
The Economic Times of India
NEW DELHI: State-run Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) will sanction Rs 13,000 crore for clean energy projects next fiscal in the country, vying for around 20 per cent of the loan market share. With the government aiming at adding around 15...
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Electricity Markets, Electricity Transmission
Clean energy forces messy changes for utilities and regulators
Los Angeles TimesIvan Penn
California’s push for clean energy is forcing the players — consumers, regulators, utilities and fuel producers — into an uncomfortable dance that has each stepping on others’ toes. But all must learn to perform together or risk the reliability of crucial energy...
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Energy Efficiency
Does your work desk use as much energy as a refrigerator?
Minnesota Public RadioElizabeth Dunbar
Dual monitors. Cellphone chargers. Coffee makers. Space heaters. If you have one or more of them plugged in at your workspace, you're part of a growing problem in building efficiency. LED lighting and changes to heating and cooling systems have cut down...
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Energy Efficiency
Does your work desk use as much energy as a refrigerator?
Minnesota Public RadioElizabeth Dunbar
Dual monitors. Cellphone chargers. Coffee makers. Space heaters. If you have one or more of them plugged in at your workspace, you're part of a growing problem in building efficiency. LED lighting and changes to heating and cooling systems have cut down...
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