Reference Library

ECA has produced a number of energy saving guides with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and illustrations to help you save money and energy in your home. This work has helped improve the design of ECA’s energyconservation and housing preservation programs.  Independent evaluation of a number of ECA’s energy conservation programs has also refined our program design. These publications are freely available for download. If you’re interested in purchasing professional prints of our materials, please contact Rachael Barrett at RachaelB@ecasavesenergy.org.

clean energy

Pennsylvania Clean Energy Market Report

Prepared by the Coalition for Green Capital
February 28, 2017
Prepared for The Nature Conservancy

behavior, climate, education

Researchers: U.S. professional societies move to make climate change a component of education, outreach

January 18, 2017 3:45 PM EST via Kresge Foundation

clean energy, REGGI, Energy, Health

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) is the first regional market-based carbon dioxide (CO2) trading program in the United States.

A new report from Abt Associates, "Analysis of the Public Health Impacts of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, 2009–2014," shows that since 2009, RGGI has significantly reduced air pollution from fossil fuel power plants, improving the health of people living in the Northeast. Residents in this region are now experiencing significantly fewer premature deaths, heart attacks, and respiratory illnesses.

Housing Quality, Health

Study: Visits could help with asthma
Examining the homes of poor patients could help doctors better diagnose and treat their patients’ conditions.
By Stacey Burling, staff writer, Philadelphia Inquirer
January 2, 2016


Tyra Bryant-Stephens, a doctor who is medical director of the Community Asthma Prevention Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, thinks doctors and researchers need to think more about an often unseen factor in patients’ asthma: their housing.

clean energy, Clean and Green Jobs

Energy Efficiency Jobs in the USA

THERE ARE 1.9 MILLION ENERGY EFFICIENCY JOBS IN AMERICA. HERE'S WHERE THEY ARE.

New report just released!

In December 2016, E2 and E4TheFuture released Energy Efficiency Jobs in America, which found that energy efficiency is a massive employer with 1.9 million jobs nationwide and thousands of jobs in each and every state.

clean energy, Intelligent Energy Efficiency

Occupant Health Benefits of Residential Energy Efficiency

An E4The Future, Inc. White Paper

November 2016