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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Energy efficiency upgrades cost double the projected benefits:

'Study: Additional policy solutions needed to confront climate change', at U Chicago News
"Through a randomized controlled trial of more than 30,000 households in Michigan—where one-quarter of the households were encouraged to make residential energy efficiency investments and received assistance—the economists found that the cost to deploy the efficiency upgrades was about double the energy savings."

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