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  • EmPOWER Maryland extended until 2023.

  • Arkansas Public Service Commission: TRM Version 7.0 has been approved.

  • Johnson Consulting Group provided technical guidance and support to the Maine PUC Staff as it considered the next Triennial Plan. Mesa Point Energy assisted.

  • ACEEE published its latest State Energy Efficiency Scorecard and had this to say about Arkansas:  Arkansas is leading in the Southeast, having significantly ramped up its utility-sector energy efficiency initiatives since 2007. In that year the Arkansas Public Service Commission approved rules for conservation and energy efficiency programs requiring electric and natural gas utilities to administer energy efficiency programs.  In 2010 the state adopted an EERS for both electricity and natural gas and established rules for cost recovery, performance incentives, and utility resource planning.  Arkansas recently commissioned a potential study to inform future targets.  Both electric and natural gas savings continue to increase, although an opt-out provision may limit future savings.  Arkansas is also developing a new financing mechanism for residential utility customers to add more energy efficiency program offerings to the utilities' core programs.

  • California Public Utilities Commission: Katherine continues her work as the Energy Efficiency Program Design and Evaluation Technical Consultant to support the CPUC.

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Johnson Consulting Group continues to work on a variety of new and exciting projects promoting energy efficiency programs across the U.S. and Canada. These opportunities include helping utility staff learn more about ways to promote energy efficient technologies as well as expanding our work in energy efficient program design and evaluation.  We look forward to helping our clients design, implement and deliver effective energy efficiency programs during these exciting and challenging times in the DSM industry.

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