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  • Who Needs Universal Health Care? It's the Economy.

    Who Needs Universal Health Care? It's the Economy.

    In an economy that has evolved from one long term employer to many shorter terms, the costs to keeping us healthy are just too high.

  • Renewable Standards Support Business

    Free Report: Standards diversify energy sources, lower wholesale electricity prices, create new jobs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 

  • US Military Takes Energy Efficiency Very Seriously

    US Military Takes Energy Efficiency Very Seriously

    New report on military micro and smart grids a guide for the many industries that benefit from making US bases secure.

  • Canada Cracks Down on Carbon Pricing

    Canada is falling short of its pledged carbon emission reductions in large part because of several of its provinces and territories are failing to implement carbon pricing systems. The Government of Canada has proposed implementing a carbon prices backstop in provinces and territories that are struggling to meet federal standards. Implementing this backstop  would effectively put a cap on carbon emissions in Canada’s provinces and create a national price for carbon. 

  • Appliance Standards really do save money

    Appliance Standards Aren't Just a Pretty Logo

    The Southwest, Texas and Arizona are big winners with savings from efficient appliances. Standards are not just nice logos.

  • Sustainability in Electronics Industry

    Sustainability In Electronics Industry

    TOC Certified publishes a new report on sustainability matters in the electronic industry.

  • Energy Efficiency is Fuel for Jobs of the Future

    Energy Efficiency is Fuel for Jobs of the Future

    Small and local, energy efficiency jobs stretch across all major job sectors. Firms employing energy workers keep communities safe by building expertise and managing the demand during warming summers.

  • Residential Solar Purchases Will Overtake Leasing in 2017

    Residential Solar Purchases Will Overtake Leasing in 2017

    As more residential customers choose to purchase solar, direct ownership is on its way to overtake third-party ownership and reclaim its position as the leading solar financing model.