These benefits include increased investments in energy efficiency, improved access to energy consumption data, and debt forgiveness for low-income utility customers. The Order requires Exelon to provide $57 million for investments in efficiency and clean energy.
- Economic potential — savings that can be realized if all cost-effective efficiency measures are implemented
- Maximum achievable potential — savings that can be realized if all cost-effective efficiency measures are implemented given existing market barriers
“Potential” here refers to the savings that would result from the adoption of energy-efficient technologies that would not occur without funded programs to promote their adoption.