All articles for the topic: energy utilities


Prepay: Saving electricity and money or going without?

Virginia’s improved efficiency offerings model success for the Southeast

Namibia: Approved 2.5% Bulk Electricity Tariff Decrease Unlikely to Benefit Consumers

[New Era] Windhoek -Following an application from the national power utility, NamPower, the Electricity Control Board (ECB) approved a 2.5 percent tariff decrease, translating into an effective bulk tariff decrease from N$1.69 to N$ 1.65 per kilowatt-hour.

Portland’s cutting-edge tool for home buyers gains momentum in other US cities

ACEEE debunks the myths behind the Ohio bill that would gut efficiency programs

On-bill financing gains ground but faces barriers to wider adoption

Efficiency reduces energy burdens for low-income multifamily households

Puerto Rico sets ambitious new energy efficiency targets

Pennsylvania weighs legislation that could deliver +30K jobs

Zimbabwe: Power Utility Wants 30% Tariff Increase

[The Herald] Zesa Holdings insists that a 30 percent tariff increase is critical to ensure the country continues to enjoy a steady supply of electricity, as there would be funds to repair the transmission and distribution network while also allowing the firm to purchase inputs such as coal and di


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