Energy Efficiency: Lower Spending, Higher Returns

Austin, Texas-based energy efficiency firm CLEAResult “˜s white paper reports about surveying of Wall Street analysts on how incentives toward EE programs might help a utilities’ bottom line and share price.  How best for companies to finding market potential for efficiency and distributed energy resources.

Cost-effective, achievable efficiency and other DERs, such as distributed solar-enhanced performance incentives, are needed to remove inherent business model conflict and accelerate the movement to a lower cost and higher value 21st century utility, the report says.

 

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