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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.
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California’s publicly-owned utilities have collectively spent more than $1.8 billion on energy efficiency and demand reduction programs since formal reporting began in 2006, saving nearly 82,000 GWh in net energy during that time, a new report says.
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One hundred residential customers of Holland Board of Public Works in Michigan have funded energy efficiency measures in their home through an on-bill loan program that has issued more than $1.5 million to date.
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A review of the two major rate structures for residential customers being implemented in California — the increasing block tier rate and the time-of-use rate — and which customers can benefit from each.
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California public power utility Alameda Municipal Power has launched an energy savings program for low income customers that aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions while lowering participants’ electric bills.
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The Omaha Public Power District is launching a pilot program aimed at expanding the public power utility’s energy efficiency program among its low-income customers.