“Is there anything surprising about a New York Times op-ed co-authored by an environmental advocate and a senior utility executive? Not if the subject is the bipartisan case for federal energy efficiency leadership.
In fact, that’s well-established common ground, even among some traditional adversaries. Smarter energy is not only ‘one of the most powerful resources we have for meeting our energy and environmental goals,’ it’s also a huge economic opportunity. And that’s something we should all be supporting, no matter what our political affiliation.”
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