For big impact, think energy efficiency
Alaska policy makers attracted to ‘sexy’ megaprojects shouldn’t overlook the jobs, huge savings from using less, researchers say
For Petroleum News
If Alaska policy makers really want to make a big difference for the state’s economy, they would do well to give greater consideration to energy efficiency.
That’s the view of researchers who made a presentation at the recent International Association for Energy Economics conference in Anchorage.
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