VERMONT’S ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS ABOVE AVERAGE, REPORT SAYS VT Digger, January 30, 2015 Vermont’s electric efficiency utilities saved more money for electric customers than similar utilities across the country in 2012, but at a higher short term cost, according to a report commissioned by the Department of Public Service. Two utilities in Vermont are designed … Read more
“Since the early 1990s, Duke Energy has offered its customers programs to save energy and save money,” said Doug Esamann, Duke Energy state president – Indiana, in a press release. “We will continue to offer energy efficiency programs and I encourage our customers to take advantage of these opportunities to lower their bill while conserving power.”
Although all Ohio ratepayers benefit from energy-efficient home weatherization programs for low-income families, future benefits could suffer from recent changes to state law, says a new report. Investments in those programs have been producing $2.51 in savings and other benefits for every $1 they cost, reports the study from Policy Matters Ohio.