Oregon, Massachusetts and Illinois are among states taking steps to regulate energy use, according to a new report.
Virginia’s 2018 energy law requires the utility to spend $870 million on efficiency programs over the next decade.
“The main purpose of this bill is to save the taxpayers of North Carolina money,” says bill sponsor Rep. John Szoka.
Michigan residents might not have to wait for the next polar vortex to hear more about demand response.
The state’s ratepayer advocate rejected an earlier plan for spending too much without delivering enough benefits.