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Electricity efficiency programs appear to be a relatively low-cost way for utilities to meet peak demand, compared to other options, according to a first-of-its-kind report by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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The Warren, Minnesota, public power utility is using drones to map heat loss from the city’s buildings and is preparing an on-bill financing mechanism to help residents pay for energy efficiency upgrades.
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The City of Painesville, Ohio, has formed a partnership with Efficiency Smart to provide energy efficiency services for Painesville Municipal Electric customers. Efficiency Smart is administered for American Municipal Power (AMP) by Vermont Energy Investment Corp. Efficiency Smart’s operations are
Distributed Energy Resources
With emerging energy technologies, electric utilities face disruption to their long-established business model of selling kilowatt-hours to customers. This case study is one in a 5-part series that shows how public power utilities across the country are innovating in the face of this disruption and
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Sixty-seven public power utilities have earned a Smart Energy Provider (SEP) designation from the American Public Power Association for demonstrating commitment to and proficiency in energy efficiency, distributed generation, and environmental initiatives that support a goal of providing low-cost,
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The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority released a guide for municipalities in the state interested in voluntarily adopting higher efficiency standards for new and renovated buildings.
Communications and Customer Care
With emerging energy technologies, electric utilities face disruption to their long-established business model of selling kilowatt-hours to customers. This case study is one in a 5-part series that shows how public power utilities across the country are innovating in the face of this disruption and
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Texas-based public power utility CPS Energy was recognized for its successful energy efficiency programs at an Alliance to Save Energy event in Washington, D.C.