Massachusetts Makes Energy Efficiency “First Fuel”; 3-Year Utility Plans Approved by DPU

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On January 28, 2010, the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) approved three-year energy efficiency plans submitted by the state’s investor-owned electric, natural gas utilities, and the Cape Light Compact, which serves portions of Cape Cod. The goal of the plans is to achieve a 2.4 percent reduction in electricity use across the state, and a 1.15 percent reduction in natural gas use.

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