In partnership with AESP: The increasing roles of DERs, connected technology and Big Data are driving rapid change in energy efficiency. As we shape the Utility of the future, this community will help you keep up with the latest developments. 

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Business Development Manager, NEECO
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  • May 6, 2019

More recently, energy efficiency has become a priority. The last reported average fuel efficiency of US cars had almost doubled from the 1975 level; LED lighting is now being promoted which are between five and ten times more efficient than incandescents. Many household appliances are now required to display labels to show their energy efficiency.

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Matt Chester on May 6, 2019

Any insights on how this idea of energy hierarchy can be or already is embraced by utilities?

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