Energy Efficiency Day Generates Praise for State and Local Leaders, Promises to Do More
- Oct 7, 2019 12:35 pm GMT
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Massachusetts, California, Rhode Island, Vermont, and New York took top billing, while Maryland won honours as the most-improved U.S. state, when the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy released its 2019 50-state scorecard to coincide with Energy Efficiency Day October 2.
“State leadership on energy efficiency is more important than ever for ushering in the low-carbon future we need,” said Executive Director Steve Nadel. “If states embrace robust energy-saving measures nationwide, Americans can slash greenhouse gas emissions by 50% and deliver more than US$700 billion in energy savings by 2050.”
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