The utility awards ceremony: The envelope, please

September 1993
Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News;9/27/93, Vol. 190 Issue 4, p34
Trade Publication
Editorial. Discusses Los Angeles, California's gas and electric utilities' demand-sized management program. Companies' bid to reduce gas and electric consumption in the homes served by Southern California Gas Co.; Disruption of rebates paid for high-efficiency systems; Reward for flexibility; `Raise Your Energy Level' as the theme; Criteria for qualifications; Emergence of energy service companies.


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