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Efficiency – Often called the “first fuel,” energy efficiency provides significant benefits for consumers, businesses, and the environment – yet the International Energy Agency has found that the pace of efficiency improvements is slowing. AEIA will improve the efficiency of everything from schools to data centers while promoting weatherization and smart buildings.

Renewables – Once fully commercialized, renewable resources will offer an unlimited supply of clean, low-cost, domestic energy. AEIA supports wind and solar technologies, extends hydropower incentives, modernizes marine energy research, and advances geothermal energy.

Energy Storage – Energy storage is key to overcoming the variability of many renewable resources and will help stabilize the electric grid. AEIA promotes promising storage technologies and facilitates pumped storage from clean hydropower.

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