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HEEP Releases Major Research Paper on Energy Efficiency

HEEP Releases Major Research Paper on Energy Efficiency

January 28, 2015

The Harvard Environmental Economics Program—together with the Duke University Energy Initiative—has released a paper titled “Assessing the Energy-Efficiency Gap.” The “energy-efficiency gap” refers to the apparent phenomenon that energy-efficient technologies, while offering considerable promise for reducing the financial costs and environmental damages associated with energy use, are not adopted by consumers and businesses to the degree that would …

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