Skip to content

Resource Library

Bringing Clean Energy Home 



Download to view the report which outlines the fundamental shifts that must take place to deliver these benefits and bring residential carbon emissions in line with climate goals.

Bringing Clean Energy Home: Unlocking Innovation and Policy to Align US Household Energy Use with Ambitious Climate Targets A report from the Rocky Mountain Institute

Over the next decade, we face an opportunity to radically change how energy is produced, delivered, and used across the economy, including within our homes. In the United States, household-level energy decisions drive 40 percent of energy-related carbon emissions. Positioning households to lead on decarbonizing our economy can enable rapid emissions reductions and help improve critical human needs including health, resilience, and equity of access to energy services.

RMI’s report Bringing Clean Energy Home outlines the fundamental shifts that must take place to deliver these benefits and bring residential carbon emissions in line with climate goals.

View and download report

Related Resources

Download this BPA resource

Benefits of heat pumps for Southwest homes

Updating the analysis the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) conducted in 2018, this report demonstrates that as heat pump technology has steadily improved over the past five years, so have the benefits and cost savings provided to homeowners, renters, homebuilders, and installers.

Hyperlink icon to reveal a BPA Resource

Energy Circle’s Digital Marketing Predictions for 2022 

Read to see Energy Circle CEO, Peter Troast's digital marketing predictions for 2022 in the home performance and better building industries.

Download this BPA resource

IRA Workforce RFI Response

BPA provided comments to the Department of Energy pertaining to workforce development programs contained in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022 and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) of 2021.