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$ MillionsAEPDayton Power & LightDukeFirst EnergyTotal
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Program Spending (2009-2012$158.06$48.84$89.81$159.31$456.02
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Savings to date$366.95$154.05$197.09$316.76$1,034.85
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Lifetime savings (from 2009-2012 program)
$1,444.00$534.43$705.19$1,470.00$4,153.62
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http://www.ohiomfg.com/wp-content/uploads/2014-04-18_lb_enegy_OhioEE_Savingstodate.pdf
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spending at Sammis
https://www.bechtel.com/projects/sammis-air-quality-control/
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energy efficiency
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lifetime savings/Savings to date3.9351410273.4691983123.5780100464.6407374674.013741122
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years based on 4 years "to date"1614141916
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separately (from June 2019):
http://resourceinsight.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Energy-Efficiency-Benefits-to-All-Customers.pdf
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-only on price suppression
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-see 5 ways ee saves ratepayers
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criticism of ee spending
https://www.mercatus.org/expert_commentary/ohios-energy-efficiency-fiasco
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https://www.mercatus.org/publication/ohio-energy-efficiency-resource-standard-where-savings
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failed approach in Pennsylvania
https://www.post-gazette.com/business/powersource/2019/03/11/Nuclear-power-plant-rescue-bill-Pennsylvania-500-million-price-tag/stories/201903110112
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VOX/Roberts
https://www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2019/7/27/8910804/ohio-gop-nuclear-coal-plants-renewables-efficiency-hb6
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maybe saving plants in Ohio drove down forward prices - threatening nuclear elsewhere (particularly in PJM)
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https://www.spglobal.com/platts/en/market-insights/latest-news/electric-power/080119-exelon-could-shut-plants-take-other-actions-to-address-us-power-market-challenges-execs
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and coal elsewhere
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https://www.post-gazette.com/business/powersource/2019/08/09/Bruce-Mansfield-coal-power-plant-close-November-FirstEnergy-Solutions-beaver-county-IBEW/stories/201908090108
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Illinois
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Exelon announced in June that, absent a rescue bill, it would close the Quad Cities station by June 2018 and the Clinton station by June 2017.
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https://www.elp.com/articles/2016/12/illinois-pass-subsidy-bill-to-save-state-s-nuclear-power-plants.html
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Zero Emission Credit Prices • ZEC Prices -- ZECs will be priced at the social costs of carbon as established by the U.S. Interagency Working Group on Social Cost of Carbon’s price in 2016 • This price is $16.50
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https://pubs.naruc.org/pub.cfm?id=E5BC7881-971A-4E55-722D-61A92B8ABFB6
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the legislature found that “[p]reserving existing zero emission energy generation and promoting new zero emission energy generation is vital to placing the State on a glide path to achieving its environmental goals
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https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/ipa/Documents/2018ProcurementPlan/Zero-Emission-Standard-Procurement-Plan-Approved.PDF
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The Future Energy Jobs Act Will:
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Substantially expand energy efficiency programs
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Strengthen and expand the Renewable Portfolio Standard
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https://www.futureenergyjobsact.com/about
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