E Source finds potential for substantial, reductions in energy use among midsize and large U.S. businesses

“We see a technical potential of reducing loads by up to almost 20 percent at price points of about $1.00 per kilowatt-hour (kWh)-not an unusual price on a summer afternoon in today’s markets. Even if just one-quarter of those surveyed business expressing a willingness to consider curtailing load actually did so, the impact on peak prices in California and elsewhere could be significant,” notes Tia Hensler, director of market research for E source.

WOODBRIDGE, N.J., April 17, 2001 — Environmental officials and representatives of New Jersey gas and electric utilities will hold a press conference at the New Jersey Association of Energy Engineers New Jersey Energy Futures Forum on Wednesday, April 18, to mark the start of the State’s recently approved renewable energy and energy efficiency programs.

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