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>
>Listened to a  very high level view of decoupling on a LO
>E podcast just 
this morning - two states are doing it, 
>CA & MD
http://www.loe.org/shows/shows.htm?programID	-
>P13-00005#feature2

cheers


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From:
"Vinson, Thomas" <tvinson@uta.edu>
To:
"p
>2tech@great-lakes.net" <p2tech@great-lakes.net>
Date:
0
>2/10/2009 10:49 AM
Subject:
Energy Conservation Incenti
>ves from Electric Companies
Sent by:
owner-p2tech@great
>-lakes.net



 
The President was discussing restruc
>turing electric bills â??like 
Californiaâ?? to reward p
>eople for conservation. 
â??What they do is, the utility
> is able to make money not just on how much 
energy it s
>ells, but it's also able to make money on how much energy
> its 
customers save.â??
 
 Full text of this discussi
>on is here: 
http://www.treehugger.com/files/2009/02/cou
>ntry-with-cheapest-clean-energy-will-win-economic-competi
>tion-of-future.php
 
Does anyone have details on how Ca
>liforniaâ??s structure works?  Are there 
similar effort
>s outside of California.  I vaguely recall a Swiss compan
>y 
doing this. 
 
Thomas Vinson-Peng
Program Director
>
Zero Waste Network
UT Arlington 
Center for Environme
>ntal Excellence
9111 Jollyville Road Suite 111
Austin, 
>Texas 78759
www.zerowastenetwork.org
http://www.uta.edu
>/ced/
 
(512) 904-2281 (MAIN)
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>
(512)904-2288 FAX
 
Tvinson AT uta.edu
 



									
			



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