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Energy Efficiency as a Resource

Press Release | March 25, 2014

New Report Finds Energy Efficiency is America’s Cheapest Energy Resource

Energy Efficiency Costs Utilities 2 to 3 Times Less Than Traditional Power Sources; Average of 2.8 Cents per Kilowatt Hour

Washington, D.C.—According to a new report released today by ACEEE, energy efficiency is the cheapest method of providing Americans with electricity. Energy efficiency programs aimed at reducing energy waste cost utilities only about three cents per kilowatt hour, while generating the same amount of electricity from sources such as fossil fuels can cost two to three times more.

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Press Release | November 14, 2013

Mississippi Emerging as Regional Leader in Energy Efficiency

Portfolio of Policies and Programs Could Meet 13% of Electricity and 10% of Natural Gas Demand, Create 32,000 Jobs, and Generate $4.3 billion in Economic Growth by 2025

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Press Release | May 30, 2013

Energy Efficiency Programs and Policies Could Save Louisiana Residents and Businesses over $4 Billion

New Orleans Already Beginning to Lead State in Energy Efficiency Efforts, but Tremendous Savings for Residents and Businesses Still Untapped

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Press Release | December 10, 2012

North America Paving the Way for Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs

Washington, D.C.—The United States and Canada are leading the world with their innovative programs that deliver industrial energy efficiency services to customers, says a new report by the Institute for Industrial Productivity (IIP) and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

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Blog Post | November 30, 2012

Ohio Efficiency Supporters Thwart Attack on EERS…For Now

Congratulations are in order to energy efficiency supporters in Ohio who were able to thwart an attempt by FirstEnergy to ram through an amendment to gut Ohio’s energy efficiency resource standard (EERS) during the current lame duck legislative session.

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Blog Post | August 2, 2012