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ACEEE's 3rd National Scorecard on Utility and Public Benefits Energy Efficiency Programs: A National Review and Update of State-Level Activity

October 1, 2005
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This third "scorecard" report provides data for each state for 2000 and 2003. Key information includes overall state-level data on utility sector energy efficiency program spending and savings, along with derived indicators of program activity: spending per capita, spending as a percentage of utility revenues, and energy savings as a percentage of sales. While spending dropped precipitously during the onset of "restructuring" in the mid 1990s, this report documents a continuing rebound in such spending since the low point in 1998. Unfortunately, the data also reveal that a significant proportion of states (roughly half) still have little or no utility sector energy efficiency programs or funding.

Research Report

ACEEE's 3rd National Scorecard on Utility and Public Benefits Energy Efficiency Programs: A National Review and Update of State-Level Activity

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