Green Savings: How Policies and Markets Drive Energy Efficiency

Green Savings: How Policies and Markets Drive Energy Efficiency

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This landmark work lauds the benefits of decreased energy consumption, investigating its relationship to public policy and analyzing its potential billion-dollar benefits to the U.S. economy. a€c Addresses broad questions concerning electricity systems and the economy a€c Documents innovative, energy-efficiency technologies, practices, and policies a€c Estimates the achievable cost-effectiveness and economic impact of energy efficiency in the United States a€c Illustrates a range of promising strategies for expanding green savings a€c Argues for more market intelligence, monitoring, and evaluation so that energy, economic, and climate goals are met a€c Showcases the policy environments that have enabled energy efficiency to thrive in leading cities, states, and countries around the worldThe Case of Diesel-Electric Hybrid Technology for Urban Delivery Vehicles.a€ Journal of Policy Analysis and Management ... California Standard Practice Manual: Economic Analysis of Demand-Side (2002). NAPEE, a€œAligning Utility Incentives.

Title:Green Savings: How Policies and Markets Drive Energy Efficiency
Author: Marilyn A. Brown, Yu Wang
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 2015-09-29

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