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Find out how Energy Savings Performance Contracts create quality jobs across the U.S.

    U.S. government buildings use a lot of energy. Many also use old or outdated equipment, which results in a waste of taxpayer funds on energy costs. Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPCs) redirect these taxpayer funds to lower the government's energy bills while creating quality jobs across the country.  Check out AJW's new

Bipartisan, Bicameral letter to the Administration urges support for ESPCs and UESCs

  On April 3, 2017, a bipartisan, bicameral coalition issued a letter to the White House urging the President and administering agencies to support the continued use of Energy Savings Performance Contracts and Utility Energy Service Contracts. These innovative public-private partnerships enable the federal government to implement much needed energy and water infrastructure improvements by

AJW releases report for PA policymakers: “The Investment Case for Energy Efficiency”

The report, prepared on behalf of the Third Party-Delivered Energy Efficiency Coalition, highlights energy efficiency’s contribution to PA’s clean energy economy.  Featuring case studies of energy savings projects made possible through smart state energy policies such as the PA Guaranteed Energy Savings Act, the report provides policy recommendations to enhance energy efficiency’s growth trajectory in

AJW Releases TPDEE Coalition Comments on CPP FIP

January 21, 2016 - AJW, Inc. today released comments by the Third-Party Delivered Energy Efficiency Coalition on EPA's Proposed Federal Plan and Model Trading Rules to implement the Clean Power Plan.  The comments, filed during the public comment process, offer recommendations that would address the dis-equilibrium in treatment of energy of energy efficiency in a

AJW Releases White Paper on CPP Mass-Based Allocation Approach

December 10, 2015 - AJW, Inc. today released a white paper entitled "Simplifying Energy Efficiency for States."   As proposed, the mass-based approach in the Clean Power Plan (CPP) creates a dis-equilibrium in the treatment of energy efficiency as compared with a rate-based approach. The absence of a mechanism for directly crediting energy efficiency projects in a mass-based