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 February 11, 2019
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DOE move to weaken light bulb efficiency standards could cost consumers $12B
Utility Dive - DOE proposes to roll back efficiency standards established through bipartisan comprehensive energy legislation which could result in consumers losing out on $12 billion a year in electricity savings.
Annual SEEC stakeholder survey in progress
SEEC - This 10-minute survey is intended to provide a better understanding of stakeholder needs to inform activities undertaken by the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative (SEEC) and to help shape the 2019 SEEC Forum. Deadline to complete is this Friday (2/15).
California’s new air pollution solution
Governing - In an unprecedented move that will cut costs for low-income households and cut emissions for everyone, the state is paying for some homes to install energy-efficient appliances.
EE is going through another transformation
Greentech MediaThis Energy Gang podcast episode focuses on how energy efficiency is evolving into a real-time grid resource.

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