Analysis: Energy efficiency investments could boost economy

A package of federal investments in energy efficiency could stimulate the economy and create 660,000 jobs through 2023, a new analysis finds. The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) this week released a study that shows that the measures would create 1.3 million jobs, cut consumer and business energy costs by more than $120 billion and reduce carbon dioxide emissions drastically.

Analysis: Energy efficiency investments could boost economy

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