Improving customer access to energy data can cut costs, protect environment

January 22, 2015
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Expanding customer access to energy data can bring cleaner, more efficient power to Californians, save money and boost emerging clean technologies, according to a new report by the Climate Change and Business Research Initiative, a partnership between UCLA and UC Berkeley schools of law. Ethan Elkind (UCLA School of Law and UC Berkeley School of Law), Sean Hecht (UCLA School of Law and Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment) and Cara Horowitz (UCLA School of Law and Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment) contributed to the report which findings are relevant to meeting the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge goals.

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