Sustainable Energy Monitor: What We're Reading in March

Catch up on the latest sustainable energy and green industry news from March.

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Women in Energy Efficiency: Patti Boyd

DCSEU's Senior Technology Strategist, Patti Boyd, was interviewed by the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) as part of their celebration of women in energy efficiency for Women's History Month. [IMT]

Trump Administration Dims Rule On Energy Efficient Lightbulbs

If it's been a few years since you shopped for a lightbulb, you might find yourself confused. [NPR]

Copenhagen Wants to Show How Cities Can Fight Climate Change

Can a city cancel out its greenhouse gas emissions? [The New York Times]

Why Can't Energy Efficiency Get Any Respect?

Energy efficiency is widely regarded as the least costly source of additional energy, the most immediate way to reduce carbon emissions, a crucial part of any plan to achieve climate goals and advance a clean economy. It enjoys bipartisan support. But Congress let federal energy-efficiency tax credits lapse more than a year ago, and the industry has struggled to get attention in a dramatically distracted capitol. [Forbes]

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