October 5th is National Energy Efficiency Day!

About ECA

In honor of the first annual Energy Efficiency Day (October 5, 2016), The Energy Coordinating Agency (ECA) is joining thousands of organizations, companies, and individuals nationwide applauding the vital and wide-ranging contributions energy-saving programs and policies have made and continue to make in the U.S. Research has indicated that ramping up energy efficiency could spare the country from having to build 487 large power plants over the next 14 years. Already, energy efficiency has prevented the need for 313 large plants.

About #EEDay2016: The inaugural Energy Efficiency Day is a collaborative effort of regional and national organizations working to promote energy efficiency, including the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), Advanced Energy Economy, the Regional Energy Efficiency Organizations, Appliance Standards Awareness Project, E4TheFuture, Natural Resources Defense Council, and many others. Support for #EEDay2016 ranges from City of Atlanta, PG&E, and the American Public Power Association.