- Mar 4, 2021 3:38 pm GMT
Working with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, researchers compared what happens when LADWP pays people to use less electricity versus paying them to use less water, through appliance rebates and other financial incentives. They concluded that paying for water conservation can actually be a more cost-effective way to cut energy consumption than paying for energy conservation.
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