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Are Energy Efficient States Always the Cheapest?

Utility Dive reports that “energy efficiency gets judged in a lot of different ways – that’s one reason companies around the country are seeking uniform protocols and standardized measurements for buildings, projects and home sales. But even on a much broader scale, efficiency can be difficult to measure.”  

“That may be what made WalletHub’s consumption-based survey so fascinating when it was released earlier this month. It looked at two key measures – home and vehicle efficiency – and used a relatively simple comparative methodology based on actual consumption to produce a 0-100 score.”  

“South Carolina, you’ve got some work to do.”

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