Energy efficiency seems to evoke that eating peanuts thing. Have some, and you want some more.
Such is the case in Connecticut. The state made signficant energy efficiency gains in 2012, and now wants to do more. Connecticut has proposed a near doubling of its energy efficiency program, as EnergyEfficiencyMarkets.com first reported here.
Here is the kind of peanut eating Connecticut did last year. The data comes from a Sept. 10 presentation by Diane Duva, a director at Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. She provided the information in a public pitch for the expanded program.