Impact Reports and Market Studies
More than three years ago, the Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance (Energy Alliance) was founded on the principle that investment in energy efficiency will lead to transformative economic development. Summarizing our first few years, our 2010-2012 Annual Report gives a detailed account of our history and cumulative impact on Greater Cincinnati’s energy use and economy.
Case studies, testimonials, and impact summary of our successful partnership with the City of Forest Park’s Environmental Awareness Program.
The Energy Efficiency Market in the Greater Cincinnati Region: Energy Savings Potential and Strategies to Improve Performance of Residential and Non-Profit Buildings
This study, conducted by the University of Cincinnati’s Economics Center and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) in 2011, found that routine energy upgrades, such as installing more insulation and reducing drafts, as well as upgrading heating and air conditioning units, can save area residents $60 million in energy costs by 2030.