Something has to give in the US power markets. Rising input costs, thinning reserve margins, higher load growth and a burgeoning environmental consciousness are all challenging the sector to develop a more cost-effective and environmentally sound deployment of energy-efficiency resources.
Utilities and regulatory bodies are grappling with three main areas of energy-efficiency planning: how much needs to be done; how regulatory bodies and utilities can develop efficiency standards amid a patchwork
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