University Study Suggests Support for Energy Efficiency MPBN News, March 29, 2015 More than half of Mainers surveyed say they would be willing to pay extra in their electricity bills to support more efficient and/or cleaner fuel development. The University of Maine study sampled a random group of more than 400 Mainers. Each respondent on the mail-in […]
CUB Report: Efficiency Overtakes Electricity Competition As Most Reliable Way To Cut Power Bills PR Newswire, March 2, 2015 As shopping for electricity suppliers becomes more expensive in Illinois, energy efficiency programs have emerged as the most reliable way to cut utility bills, replacing low-cost power deals that have become scarce since the early days […]
Nest: Look How Much Money We’re Saving You! PC Mag, February 3, 2015 The Nest Learning Thermostat saves U.S. customers about 10 to 15 percent on heating and cooling bills, according to new reports. Based on two independent studies and one internal one, Nest on Monday touted the positive results, revealing average savings of $131 […]
DTE Energy Boosts Agricultural Energy Efficiency Program Zacks, January 13, 2015 Detroit, MI-based DTE Energy Company (DTE – Analyst Report) announced that it has undertaken additional initiatives for enhancing agricultural energy-efficiency under its “Energy Efficiency Program for Business.” With 20 new measures in place, agricultural community members in Michigan can apply for cash incentives to help them reimburse cost […]
The report, “State Electric Efficiency Regulatory Frameworks,” outlines policy developments that support utility investments in electric efficiency programs, including how several states have updated their existing regulatory frameworks for energy efficiency since July 2013.