|Title||SEE Action Guide for States: Energy Efficiency as a Least-Cost Strategy to Reduce Greenhouse Gases and Air Pollution and Meet Energy Needs in the Power Sector|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Schwartz, Lisa C., Greg Leventis, Steven R. Schiller, and Emily Martin Fadrhonc|
|Institution||State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network (SEE Action)|
Highlights energy efficiency as a least-cost strategy to meet air pollution reduction and other policy objectives, including energy affordability and reliability. A practical document that presents established policy and program “pathways” to advance demand-side energy efficiency, including:
The guide presents case studies of successful regional, state, and local approaches to energy efficiency with sources for more information, resources to understand the range of expected savings from energy efficiency, and common protocols for documenting savings.
Useful for state air regulators and other state policy makers or administrators and their stakeholders in a variety of policy contexts including but not limited to:
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