8/21 – Pennsylvania’s Efficiency Mandates Under Act 129 Will Continue
Tuesday, August 21st 2012
Pennsylvania’s Act 129, mandating generation and peak load reductions from the state’s major utilities, has just completed phase one and undergone a thorough examination by the Public Utility Commission. After evaluating the benefits and rate-payers costs of phase one, the PUC has suggested that the program continue largely unaltered.
For those of us in the southeast, PECO easily met it’s phase one goals and (barring any unforeseen events) will be required to reduce generation an additional 2.9% compared to (2008) levels by June 2016.
Act 129 has saved Pennsylvania rate-payers almost $300 million since the program began in 2009.
Read more in the Pittsburg Business Times
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