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NEIs are a widely recognized but difficult to quantify affect of energy efficiency programs. The impacts of efficiency programs extend beyond electric demand and electricity, gas, and oil consumption energy savings. NEIs have traditionally been characteri
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Tetra Tech
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Program Design and Budgets
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