We have collected the best Energy Efficiency Quotes by famous authors including Lois Capps, Ramez Naam, Frances Beinecke, Jennifer Granholm, Zac Goldsmith and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
What we need to do is really improve energy efficiency standards, develop in full scale renewable and alternative energy and use the one resource we have in abundance, our creativity.
We have to slow down the emissions of carbon dioxide and methane from coal burning, oil and eventually natural gas… And the best ways to do that are energy efficiency and a switch to renewables.
New York and Connecticut belong to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative to cut carbon emissions, and New York City has been a leader in energy efficiency.
As a state we are so uniquely positioned in so many ways. Our geography, our placement in the country, and our history positions us to be the state that propels energy efficiency as an industry.
A pound invested in energy efficiency buys seven times more energy solution than a pound invested in nuclear power.
The potential for Home Star to create jobs is proven and real. In Vermont, our statewide energy efficiency utility, Efficiency Vermont, created more than 430 jobs in 2007 and 2008, generating more than $40 million in income.
Energy efficiency not only saves businesses and consumers money, but it also reduces pollution by cutting energy use.
Jeff Van Drew
Well, there’s no doubt about the fact that, that higher energy prices lead to greater conservation, greater energy efficiency, and they also, of course, play a useful role on the supply side.
John W. Snow
Home Star is a common sense idea that would create jobs and provide a boost to local economies, while helping families afford their energy bills. By encouraging homeowners to invest in energy efficiency retrofits, Home Star would create 170,000 manufacturing and construction jobs that could not be outsourced to China.
The Texas Energy Office’s Loan Star Program has reduced building energy consumption and taxpayers’ energy costs through the efficient operation of public buildings, saving taxpayers more than $172 million through energy efficiency projects.
Alongside energy efficiency, renewables and abatement, I believe safe nuclear power, with manageable waste, can play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, as long as it is cost competitive with other low carbon generation.
First and foremost, energy efficiency is a major lever for reducing CO2 emissions along all parts of the energy chain – from the production of resources all the way to final consumption.
Let’s create jobs by bringing the Shaheen-Portman bipartisan energy efficiency bill to the floor.
When I look at the many energy-using sectors – such as businesses, households, electricity generators, the transportation sector – I see that the business sector is the one which uses the energy efficiency potential the highest, because they know that using energy more efficiently will also reduce their costs.
The road to energy efficiency is, in theory, a sustainability sweepstake. More efficiency means that less fuel is required to generate a given amount of energy, which in turn means lower costs for the provider and cheaper prices for the customers.
Jens Martin Skibsted
Industry looks at research and development for energy efficiency, lowering material costs, so on and so forth.
By increasing the use of renewable fuels such as ethanol and bio-diesel, and providing the Department of Energy with a budget to create more energy efficiency options, agriculture can be the backbone of our energy supply as well.
Performance matters because games are built on great performance, but form factor and energy efficiency matter incredibly because they want to build something that’s portable and transformable.
I am certain that the United States next year, under a new president – regardless whether it’s Obama or McCain – will present an ambitious program promoting renewable energies and energy efficiency. Europe could quickly fall behind.