Making Every Gallon Of Gas Count
In the struggle to use energy more efficiently, a quiet revolution is under way. Using energy-efficient equipment and benefiting from regulatory incentives for utilities to save electricity, many companies have discovered that minimizing the high economic and environmental costs of energy by using less makes them more competitive. Indeed, this conservation power has transformed the utility industry from purveyors of megawatts into marketers of "negawatts," or saved energy.
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