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Report - Energy Efficiency Resource Acquisition Program Models in North America

This report provides an explanation of different types of institutional delivery models currently in place across the United States and Canada to acquire energy efficiency as a predictable and reliable resource for meeting existing and future energy demands. This examination and comparison of eight different models yields a new understanding of the benefits and weaknesses states and provinces accepted when making choices during the development of these programs. Although the report focuses on programs targeting the industrial sector, the lessons learned are not specific to one sector or geographic region.
Sector:
Energy Efficiency Sustainability
Topic:
"Curricular Materials", "Employment Industry Projections", "Innovative Practices & Partnerships"
This resource made possible with the generous support from the Kresge Foundation