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  • From Left to Right: Laura Dwulet, Christine Knapp, Darlene Pope, Darrell Clarke, Liz Robinson
  • Laura Dwulet and UPenn Green Campus Partnership interns apply cool roof coating material
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What do executives from the Roof Coating Manufacturer’s Association (RCMA), Penn students, and City Council President Darrell Clarke have in common with Philadelphia’s coolest block captain?

Last week, a United Airlines flight to Phoenix was forced to turn back to Houston just before landing. The culprit?

More evidence piles on in favor of energy efficiency, as EE demonstrates unmatched price mitigation capacity.

ECA is ecstatic to hail the return of the Keystone HELP program, bringing home energy retrofits into the reach of middle income homeowners tight for cash but over the income limits for programs like WAP. 

During this time of energy revolution in the United States, the prevalence of energy efficiency jobs are growing at an outstanding rate. The green energy industry employed 1.9 million people in 2015 and is expected to continue to expand. The U.S.

The District of Columbia Public Service Commission voted 2-1 to approve the Exelon-Pepco merger. Approval from D.C. regulators was the final hurdle, making Exelon the largest electric utility in the U.S.