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date: 18 October 2019

Utilities Regulation and Energy Efficiency  

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability
Author(s):
Fredrich KAHRLFredrich KAHRL, Ranjit BHARVIRKARRanjit BHARVIRKAR, Chris GREACENChris GREACEN, Chuenchom Sangarasri GREACENChuenchom Sangarasri GREACEN, Mahesh PATANKARMahesh PATANKAR, Priya SREEDHARANPriya SREEDHARAN, James H. WILLIAMSJames H. WILLIAMS

China, India, and Thailand have all set ambitious national targets for energy efficiency. Efficiency programs managed through electric utilities will likely be an important part of efforts to meet these targets. Thailand was the first to set up a comprehensive utility energy efficiency program, and its experience highlights the importance of having a strong regulatory framework that integrates energy efficiency into utility investment planning. ...

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