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April 24 -- Energy-efficiency programs that could be changed or eliminated as a result of a legislative proposal have led to consumer savings of $1 billion compared with costs of about $500 million, according to company reports and an analysis by “green” energy advocates.

Those figures cover the first four years — 2009 to 2012 — of programs that, under current state law, were expected to grow each year until 2025. >>View Article

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