EE investments are on a steady decline and advocates are trying to figure out how to save them. EE program structure, management, costs and spending may be to blame but the pandemic has utilities rearranging funds to cover losses. While regulators look for cash to provide relief to customers unable to pay their bills, efficiency programs may be the first to go. See what New York Public Service Commission, Georgia Power, Arizona Public Service Co. and Duke Energy have to say about efficiency moving forward.
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