Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Programs Top National Bests for Savings

Massachusetts’ energy efficiency programs produced remarkable consumer and environmental benefits in 2014 according to preliminary data released by the program administrators. The programs produced an estimated $3.14 billion in total savings for Massachusetts, achieving 110% and 121% of 2014 goals for electric and gas benefits, respectively. “Massachusetts energy efficiency programs are delivering on their promise to create large energy savings for consumers, and move the Commonwealth toward a clean, affordable and secure energy future,” said Daniel L. Sosland, Acadia Center President. 2014 is the second year in the 2013-2015 three-year efficiency plans, which set top-in-the-nation targets for energy efficiency savings.
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