Energy Future Coalition (EFC)

Updates

Ethanol Would Help California Meet Low Carbon Fuel Standard and Improve Public Health

The Energy Future Coalition and Urban Air Initiative submit comment to the California Air Resources Board on their proposed re-adoption of the Low Carbon Fuel Standard.

Ultrafine Particles from Vehicles: A Missing Piece in Emissions Regulations

Cross-post from the Environmental and Energy Study Institute's blog discussing ultrafine particulate pollution, which isn't yet adequately regulated.

Flexibility and Accounting are Both Critical to the EPA's Clean Power Plan

Managing Director of the Energy Future Coalition John Jimison pens his take on the Environmental Protection Agency's newly proposed Clean Power Plan for existing power plants.

Event Notice: ACORE National Renewable Energy Policy Forum

Join ACORE for the National Renewable Energy Policy Forum: Evolving Policy to Keep Pace with Market Innovation.
Our Mission
The Energy Future Coalition is a broad-based, non-partisan alliance that seeks to bridge the differences among business, labor, and environmental groups and identify energy policy options with broad political support.
Our Initiatives
Utility 2.0
The Energy Future Coalition has been tasked by Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley to create a pilot for the Utility of the Future. Click here to read the report.
Rebuilding America

A campaign to slash energy waste in 50 million homes and businesses. Join Us.

Americans for a Clean Energy Grid
The U.S. needs a national electricity transmission plan to bring renewable resources to market.  Visit ACEG online.
Renewable Energy: 25x'25
The 25x'25 vision is for the United States to supply 25%of its energy needs with renewable energy by 2025.
Spotlight
Americans for a Clean Energy Grid Regional Events
We've been all over America advocating for transmission. Check out where we've been.
Change the Rules, Hurry the Future
Released ten years after the Coalition's founding, this progress report finds that much is at stake in getting our nation's energy policy right.
Building STAR
Creating jobs and cutting energy waste through retrofits of commercial and multi-family buildings.