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Managing Electricity Demand: Regulatory Perspectives on Demand-Side Management

Managing Electricity Demand: Regulatory Perspectives on Demand-Side Management

Project directed by David J. Eaton and Leigh B. Boske

This detailed study describes the range of technical alternatives for energy conservation-otherwise known as demand-side management-and discusses the diversity of federal and state policies that encourage or discourage these practices. The report describes demand-side management measures and the financial risks that conservation imposes on electrical utilities. The report also evaluates the role of federal and state governments in energy conservation, with a special focus on regulations in all fifty states and the direction of demand-side management policy in Texas. A summary examines the environmental externalities associated with conserving energy.

Special Project Reports Series
2001 / 8.5" x 11" / 150 pp.
ISBN-10: 0-89940-914-8

 

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