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Non-Energy Benefits: Status, Findings, Next Steps, and Implications for Low Income Program Analyses in California

Skumatz Non-energy benefits in California
Provides an overview of state-level treatment of non-energy benefits, measuring NEBs that result in program intervention and recommendations for program design.
Author/Org: 
Skumatz Economic Research Associates
Year: 
2010
Categories: 
Program Design and Budgets
Tags: 
Program Design
Utility Regulation
California

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