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A Huge Opportunity

Original story at CleanTechnica• 4 mentions • 1 week ago

CleanTechnica 1 week ago

 
July 17th, 2017 by John FarrellReport originally published here. Energy efficiency and renewables represent the most promising pathway to lower energy costs for individual consumers and utilities. Programs that help utility customers pursue home improvements, like better insulation or rooftop solar panels, can slash monthly utility bills and eliminate the need for utilities to add costly — and outdated — power and gas infrastructure. The upside is undeniable, with energy efficiency measures alone predicted to save customers $2 trillion by 2030. But limited access hinders progress. The best energy efficiency programs serve less than 2% of customers each year, and ...
 
 
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17 Jul
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