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    A Capacity Market Report - IEEFA

    A Strategic Market - Tom "Smitty" Smith

    Texas Power Alternatives

    Public Citizen has developed several fact sheets on energy efficiency, renewable energy and combined heating and power (CHP) for use by cities working to develop alternatives to building more carbon intensive power generation plants.

    1. Coal Plants and the Wealth of Cities
    2. Building Codes and Energy Efficiency
    3. Renewable Energy
    4. Combined Heating and Power (CHP)
    5. Energy Efficiency and DFW 

    Energy Efficiency Links

    Energy Efficiency Market Transformation Opportunities for Texas:

    A workshop jointly sponsored by Public Citizen, with the Texas Energy Efficiency Partnership, and the Electrical Utility Marketing Managers of Texas (EUMMOT), September 13, 2007

    ACEEE Report:  

    Potential for Energy Efficiency, Demand Response, and Onsite Renewable Energy to Meet Texas’s Growing Electricity Needs, March 2007

    The Power to Save:

    An Alternative Path to Meet Electric Needs in Texas, A Report by Optimal Energy, January 2007

    A Case for Alternatives 

    Public Citizen has developed several factsheets on Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and CHP for use by cities working to develop alternatives to building more carbon intensive power generation plants.

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