Abstract This report reflects work performed under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. The research focused on applying the result of EPRI’s 2014 US Energy Efficiency Potential Study which was ...

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  1. State Level Electric Energy Efficiency Potential Estimates
  2. Chinese Tesla rival is planning to launch a $7,800 ‘ultra-compact’ electric car in 2018 with changeable batteries
  3. As Interior pivots to fossil fuel extraction, reports shows it costs taxpayers bigly - Taxpayers lose $7 billion a year due to U.S. subsidies for fossil fuels. The Trump administration might increase that.
  4. Arizona utility signs game-changing deal cutting solar power prices in half - Tucson Electric Power to buy new solar power at under 3 cents per kWh, a “historically low price.”
  5. Putting a value on injuries to natural assets: The BP oil spill
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State Level Electric Energy Efficiency Potential Estimates

AbstractThis report reflects work performed under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. The research focused on applying the result of EPRI’s 2014 US Energy Efficiency Potential Study which was conducted at the Census division level and developing a method to apply the division level results to the state level by customer class and by  
      

Chinese Tesla rival is planning to launch a $7,800 ‘ultra-compact’ electric car in 2018 with changeable batteries

Chinese start-up CHJ Automotive is the newest company looking to enter the rapidly growing electric car market, which has been historically led by Tesla. The new player is currently developing a compact electric car and a hybrid SUV. The "ultra-compact" electric car, at 2.5 meters long and 1 meter wide,  is set to be launched in March 2018. It is equipped with Google's in-car operating system
      

As Interior pivots to fossil fuel extraction, reports shows it costs taxpayers bigly - Taxpayers lose $7 billion a year due to U.S. subsidies for fossil fuels. The Trump administration might increase that.

In the months since he took office, President Donald Trump has taken steps to uphold some of his campaign promises, namely by deregulating oil, gas, and oil extraction. The Trump administration's newly proposed budget includes new steps in the process of deregulation, specifically by removing significant mechanisms of polluter oversight and boosting the production of fossil fuels on public
      

Arizona utility signs game-changing deal cutting solar power prices in half - Tucson Electric Power to buy new solar power at under 3 cents per kWh, a “historically low price.”

Remarkable drops in the cost of solar and wind power have effectively turned the global power market upside down in recent years.We’ve seen prices for new solar farms below 3 cents per kilowatt hour (kwh) in other countries for over a year now, but before this week, not in the U.S. That changed on Monday when Tucson Electric Power (TEP), an Arizona utility company, announced that it had
      

Putting a value on injuries to natural assets: The BP oil spill

Summary:When large-scale accidents cause catastrophic damage to natural or cultural resources, government and industry are faced with the challenge of assessing the extent of damages and the magnitude of restoration that is warranted. Although market transactions for privately owned assets provide information about how valuable they are to the people involved, the public services of natural
      

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