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CA Seeks Increased Energy Efficiency

The Sacramento Bee reports that “to meet the energy needs of a growing population and account for lost power sources, California needs to become more energy efficient on multiple levels and more surgical in managing peak power demands on hot summer days, according to a report approved this week by the Sacramento-based California Energy Commission.”

“The 2013 Integrated Energy Policy Report, or IEPR for short, is the CEC’s assessment of key energy issues facing California. The extensive report outlines a future of increasing statewide power demands that must be met by tapping into various energy sources, including renewable sources.”

See the report here.

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