South Carolina energy efficiency roadmap
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Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions (Durham, N.C.)
Energy efficiency (EE) is widely considered a least-cost option for meeting energy demand while reducing energy costs and carbon emissions. While EE has experienced slow and steady growth in South Carolina, much more can be done to maximize the full potential of this least cost resource. This Energy Efficiency Roadmap report collects the expertise and ideas from over 70 EE stakeholders in the region and maps out the shared objectives and strategies that can help the state implement new solutions, overcome challenges, and achieve its EE potential.
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