Oregon ranks high for efficiency

The state is ranked fourth in the nation for making the most of its power sources.

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Oregon ranked just behind California, Massachusetts and Connecticut in the 2009 State Energy Efficiency Score Card.

Oregon is a top-tier state when it comes to making the most of all the coal, gasoline and hydro-power it has, a new study by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy found…

That’s clever of Oregon and all the other top-tier states because a kilowatt saved is the easiest kilowatt earned, said Steve Nadel, executive director of the nonprofit ratings group.

Read the full story at The Register-Guard.

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