Report: Energy efficiency has cut need for $260m worth of power-line upgrades
Energy-efficiency programs in the six New England states have proved so effective at reducing demand that we can put off building a quarter-billion dollars’ worth of planned upgrades to electric transmission towers and lines, according to the agency that runs the region’s power grid.
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