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Quarantine is a Good Time for Energy Efficiency Improvements

Consumers have been sitting at home cleaning out closets, gardening, and watching television, often bored and in bland routines. Many are searching for something new to do. So, now is a good  time to improve their home’s energy efficiency through..
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Competition and Cost Cutting in the Tri-State Area

Utilities in Connecticut may lose their monopoly on energy efficiency programs. Following a sluggish recovery from Tropical Storm Isaias, the state legislator got to working on a plan to improve power services. The result is a long list of..
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Energy Central Power Perspectives™: Welcome Barry Dicker, New Expert in the Energy Efficiency Community

Adopting energy efficiency and clean energy solutions to residential, commercial, and industrial marketplaces used to be a niche application, and a bit of a tougher sell. But as the utility industry has evolved and as innovations in technology..
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