Commercial Direct Install – New York’s Secret Weapon for Reforming the Energy (Efficiency) Vision

In this post, co-written by Adam Procell, Lime Energy President and CEO, and Matthew Kahn, Lime Energy blogger and content writer, the authors explain how New York’s existing Commercial Direct Install programs have led the state’s existing energy efficiency achievements and are positioned to continue that progress under future energy efficiency initiatives.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 04.17.18

Fuel for Thought – Lime Energy News and Links for February

After a long hiatus, we are back with some of the best articles and energy news for you.  This month’s links feature drones and panicking utilities along with an essential read on the income inefficiencies of energy efficiency.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 02.28.18

Efficiency in 2018: A State of the Energy Efficiency Industry

Where does the energy efficiency industry stand at the start of 2018? Two new reports offer insight into that question. Their findings show a strong, growing industry with uncertainty on the horizon.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 02.21.18

49 Groups’ Energy Efficiency Love Letter to Gov. Cuomo

This Valentine’s Day, Lime Energy, along with 48 organizations, sent an energy efficiency love letter to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. This blog post has been adapted and reposted from the NRDC blog. The original post was written by Sneha Ayyagari and Jackson Morris.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 02.14.18

Celebrating 2017 Energy Efficiency Achievements

2017 was a big year for Lime Energy and our employees. We asked our team members to share their biggest personal and professional energy efficiency achievements from this year. Here are some of their answers.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 12.28.17

Lime Energy’s Adam Procell Quoted in Article About Energy Efficiency in New York

A recent article from Politico featured quotations from Lime Energy President and CEO Adam Procell regarding the slow pace of energy efficiency in New York. For this post, we spoke to Procell about the article, the current state of efficiency in New York, and his optimism about the future for efficiency in New York.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 12.21.17

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