Maximizing Impacts of HOMES, HEEHR, 25C Tax Credit, WAP, and Utility Programs for Existing Single-Family Homes
To ensure contractor voices are strongly represented as program implementation begins, the AnnDyl Policy Group administered a Contractor Survey.
A report on opportunities, challenges, and policy strategies to drive residential energy efficiency and decarbonization through advanced technologies and approaches.
Economic Recovery Begins at Home: Retroffiting US Housing Stock for Jobs, Health, Savings and the Climate
Restoring America’s Housing Stock:Solving Man Problems with One Unifying Program
The AnnDyl Policy Group has prepared this report for the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), in cooperation with the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), and with support from the U.S. Department of Energy.
The purpose of this report is to identify the opportunities and barriers in creating a more unified set of cost-effective national residential energy efficiency programs for all income levels and to discuss the untapped potential for residential energy efficiency.
A Policymaker’s Guide to Incorporating Existing Homes Into Carbon Reduction Strategies and Clean Power Plan Compliance
In addition to being a cost-effective option for CPP compliance, energy efficiency also helps states meet other air quality and clean energy goals, reduce consumers’ energy bills, create local jobs, and increase energy reliability.