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Reinventing Electric Utilities

By: Ed Smeloff and Peter Asmus
165 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
Reinventing Electric Utilities
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  • Reinventing Electric Utilities ISBN: 9781559634540 Hardback Dec 1996 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Examination of the US energy utlities in the new age of competition, with case studies. The most interesting: the Sacremento Municipal Utility District - now widely regarded as a model for energy efficiency and renewable energy development.

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By: Ed Smeloff and Peter Asmus
165 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
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