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Using DSM to Help Meet Clean Air Act Requirements: A Case Study of PSI Energy

October 1, 1994
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To meet Clean Air Act requirements for 2000, PSI Energy, a major midwestern utility, must reduce its sulphur oxide emissions by 30% below 1990 levels or buy additional emission allowances. This report discusses how current and proposed DSM programs can play a substantial role in PSI's Clean Air Act compliance strategy by reducing emissions and saving money that can be used to fund other clean air initiatives. It includes results of a detailed dispatch analysis on the role of DSM in PSI's generating mix. Implications for other midwestern utilities are also discussed.

Research Report

Using DSM to Help Meet Clean Air Act Requirements: A Case Study of PSI Energy

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Climate Change Policy, Air Emissions Regulation, and CPP Utility Business Models

Authors

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Steven Nadel
Executive Director
Jennifer Jordan
Christopher Holmes
Kevin Neal
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