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The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy has released its 2019 Energy Efficiency Scorecard, and for the ninth year in a row, Massachusetts has been ranked the #1 most energy-efficient state in the US. The award highlights the continued leadership and dedication to energy efficiency and sustainability initiatives of not only the Sponsors of Mass Save, but also the communities, residents, businesses, administrators and energy partners throughout the state of Massachusetts.

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Matt Chester on Oct 2, 2019

A great accomplishment for Massachusetts to share on today, Energy Efficiency Day! To go to the other end, what do you think the states that ended up low on this ranking can most readily and easily take away from MA as a lesson about climbing up the ladder? What is the roadmap that MA has laid out for others?  

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