Newly Sitting Pretty in the Top 10

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The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy released the 2009 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard, and along with New England neighbors Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and Maine, we in Rhode Island are enjoying the view from the Top 10.

The Ocean State earned 27.5 points out of a possible 50. We’ll play stronger next year with a better showing in the categories of State Government Initiatives and Combined Heat and Power.

The ProJo reported last Friday. Geeky commentary available from EmPowerBrown blog.

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