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

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

Fuel for Thought – Lime Energy Links for November

We’ve gathered some of the latest industry news for you. This month we give thanks for another year of growth for energy efficiency and clean energy. This month’s news features national and international developments that affect both small businesses and entire countries.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 11.27.17

Fuel for Thought – Lime Energy Links for October

We’ve gathered some of the latest industry news for you. This Halloween, energy efficiency doesn’t have to be scary or spooky. With these energy links for October, stories from North Carolina, Texas, and New Jersey show that efficiency is more treat than trick.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 10.27.17

Dispatch from the ACE NY 11th Annual Fall Conference

Our blogger attended the Alliance for Clean Energy New York’s annual conference in Albany. Here he shares his thoughts on the clean energy coalition, the ambition needed in New York, and the importance of groups like ACE NY.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 10.13.17

An Unexpected Defense of the Popular Energy Star Program

In his first budget proposal, President Donald Trump suggested major cuts for many federal environmental programs. Among the casualties of the “America First” budget would be the Energy Star Program, a popular and successful energy efficiency initiative. Energy Star costs little and saves billions. Eliminating it would be a huge mistake.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 05.10.17

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