Texas Energy Report, February 2015
The report, drawn up by the SPEER Commission on Texas Energy Efficiency Policy, offers detailed policy changes Texas could adopt to add energy efficiency into the state’s main electric grid as a measurable resource.
The commission underlines that energy efficiency and water savings go hand-in-hand, but it also point to challenges and barriers that must be overcome if Texas is to reap efficiency benefits.
“This document is meant as the beginning of an effort to reinvigorate the state’s dedication to energy efficiency as a resource that still holds massive potential. Efficiency is local, clean, cheap and abundant,” say the commission’s co-chairmen former Austin Mayor Will Wynn and former Dallas County Judge Margaret Keliher.
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