National Grid Receives Top Energy-Efficiency Score
New England Council member National Grid recently was recently named one of the most energy efficient utilities in the United States by The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
ACEEE ranked the 51 largest utilities in the country on (1) program diversity; (2) program performance; and (3) targets, business models, and evaluation. National Grid received an overall score of 45.5 out of 50 and was awarded a perfect score for the company’s work leveraging tools provided by both state and federal regulators to create energy efficiency programs.
“National Grid is proud to serve communities and customers who are the true leaders in energy efficiency. Without them, this tremendous achievement would not be possible,” said Marcy Reed, President of National Grid Massachusetts. “We are honored by this recognition and committed to providing our customers options to obtain affordable and sustainable energy.”
The New England Council congratulates National Grid on this accomplishment and thanks the utility company for continuing to promote energy-efficiency in New England. Read more in Daily Energy Insider and Cape Cod News.
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