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Report October 8, 2012

Energy Efficiency Cost-Effectiveness Screening

By Tim Woolf, William Steinhurst, Erin Malone, Kenji Takahashi

Energy efficiency is widely recognized as a low-cost, readily available resource that offers a variety of benefits to utility customers and to society as a whole. There is a great amount of variation across the states in the ways that energy efficiency programs are screened for cost-effectiveness. Many states apply methodologies and assumptions that do not captur...

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