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Sustainability is a key initiative in many energy company board rooms, yet few consumers (only 23%) understand what their local utility’s sustainability plans are, according to J.D. Power. In addition, close to half of customers (46%) do not think their supplier will reach its 2050 clean energy goals. What can utilities do to increase awareness about their plans and the effectiveness of their programs?

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