Media: Two Midwest utilities achieve high ranking on efficiency scorecard (Midwest Energy News)

Jun 19, 2017

From Midwest Energy News:

...Mike Bull...said Xcel has a long tradition of promoting energy efficiency, and that makes the ranking all that more significant.

“Xcel Energy needs to work harder and more creatively to continue to capture cost-effective energy savings than their peers in this Scorecard — all the other utilities in the top 10 serve areas with much higher energy costs, making it easier for them to find cost-effective savings,” he wrote in an email.

A more surprising outcome would have been if Xcel had not been in the top 10 list, Bull said. Xcel’s performance “is truly remarkable because they continue to capture nation-leading cost-effective energy savings despite the fact that they’ve been investing for decades in helping their customers use less energy,” he added...

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Utility Energy Efficiency Scorecard from American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy