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November 2009

Press Release | November 11, 2009

Energy Efficiency: An Economic Development Strategy for South Carolina

Charleston, S.C. —  A new study released today shows that a combination of energy and water efficiency policies could cut electricity and water bills for South Carolinians by $5.1 billion and could create almost 22,000 new “green” jobs by 2025.

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Press Release | November 11, 2009

Energy Efficiency: An Economic Development Strategy for South Carolina

Charleston, S.C. —  A new study released today shows that a combination of energy and water efficiency policies could cut electricity and water bills for South Carolinians by $5.1 billion and could create almost 22,000 new “green” jobs by 2025.

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Press Release | November 11, 2009

Energy Efficiency: An Economic Development Strategy for South Carolina

Charleston, S.C. —  A new study released today shows that a combination of energy and water efficiency policies could cut electricity and water bills for South Carolinians by $5.1 billion and could create almost 22,000 new “green” jobs by 2025.

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Press Release | November 3, 2009

New Outdoor Lighting Agreement Will Reduce Need for New Power Plants While Improving Lighting Quality


Washington, D.C. — Today, lighting equipment manufacturers and energy efficiency organizations announced agreement on a legislative package that would create new minimum efficiency standards for many types of outdoor lighting products. If enacted by Congress as new legislation, the agreed-upon new standards would reduce U.S. lighting energy use by about 24 to 42 billion kWh annually, equivalent to the annual output of 3 to 6 new 1000 MW power plants (the typical size of a new nuclear unit).

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Press Release | November 3, 2009

New Outdoor Lighting Agreement Will Reduce Need for New Power Plants While Improving Lighting Quality


Washington, D.C. — Today, lighting equipment manufacturers and energy efficiency organizations announced agreement on a legislative package that would create new minimum efficiency standards for many types of outdoor lighting products. If enacted by Congress as new legislation, the agreed-upon new standards would reduce U.S. lighting energy use by about 24 to 42 billion kWh annually, equivalent to the annual output of 3 to 6 new 1000 MW power plants (the typical size of a new nuclear unit).

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Press Release | November 3, 2009

New Outdoor Lighting Agreement Will Reduce Need for New Power Plants While Improving Lighting Quality


Washington, D.C. — Today, lighting equipment manufacturers and energy efficiency organizations announced agreement on a legislative package that would create new minimum efficiency standards for many types of outdoor lighting products. If enacted by Congress as new legislation, the agreed-upon new standards would reduce U.S. lighting energy use by about 24 to 42 billion kWh annually, equivalent to the annual output of 3 to 6 new 1000 MW power plants (the typical size of a new nuclear unit).

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