SEDAC research on energy efficiency and sustainability

Energy Efficiency Workforce: Lessons Learned from Past Crises

Growing the Energy Efficiency Workforce Research Series In Illinois, nearly 10,000 energy efficiency jobs have been lost since the beginning […]

Building a Resilient Energy Efficiency Workforce

The economic effects of the pandemic have devastated many job sectors, including the energy efficiency sector. In Illinois, there are […]

Q&A: Healthy Buildings During COVID-19

This Q and A contains responses to questions that were raised at a webinar SEDAC delivered on August 18, 2020: […]

Energy Efficiency Workforce Diversity

There are many benefits to a diverse workforce. Diversity can drive competition, improve culture, foster innovation and economic growth, and […]

Collecting Green Business Metrics

In October 2019, SEDAC received a grant from the U.S. EPA National Environmental Information Exchange Network with the California Green […]

COVID-19 and HVAC: Your Questions Answered

As shut-down restrictions are being lifted and unoccupied buildings are being opened up, there are many questions about the spread […]

Midwest Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Partnership

SEDAC, in collaboration with the Illinois Grainger College of Engineering, Argonne National Laboratory, and the College of Liberal Arts and […]

Impact of COVID19 on Energy Efficiency Workforce

By Devin Day, SEDAC Engagement and Program Specialist The coronavirus pandemic has created an unprecedented level of uncertainty for industries […]

Energy efficiency workforce: Raising awareness

The energy efficiency sector has a high demand for workers--especially in the HVAC technician and construction industries--yet few young people […]

PHAs: Energy Efficiency Barriers

SEDAC recently conducted research to identify ways to help Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) engage in energy efficiency. In part 1 […]

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