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Energy efficiency (EE) programs are becoming more prevalent in the utility industry as an environmentally friendly option. By helping customers reduce their energy consumption, EE programs can lower utility bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. There are various ways in which EE programs can be implemented, such as offering energy-saving tips, providing energy-efficient products, or funding energy-efficiency upgrades. Many utilities offer EE programs as part of their commitment to environmental sustainability, and some states have even implemented energy efficiency standards that utilities must meet. As EE programs become available, more customers will likely take advantage of them, leading to even greater energy savings. This document explores how EE has become a serious option in long-range resource planning.

This document is the second in a series of two around using new-generation energy resources. For further information on this topic, see our first article Best Practices in Integrated Resource Planning.

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