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Examining the Potential for Energy Efficiency to Help Address the Natural Gas Crisis in the Midwest

January 1, 2005
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This report presents the findings of a targeted study of the potential effects of an aggressive but achievable energy efficiency intervention in eight Midwest states: IA, IL, IN, MI, MN, MO, OH, and WI. Results indicate that a sustained multi-year effort producing annual savings of about 1% per year in electricity and natural gas consumption could produce billions of dollars in direct savings and up to a 13% reduction in natural gas market prices. Results are presented by state and for the region as a whole.

Research Report

Examining the Potential for Energy Efficiency to Help Address the Natural Gas Crisis in the Midwest

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Efficiency Potential Climate Change Policy, Air Emissions Regulation, and CPP
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