Many Energy Efficiency Upgrades Don’t Pay Off, Study Finds

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June 29, 2015

A study conducted by the University of Chicago found that many home efficiency measures “deliver a small fraction of their promised energy savings and that they may not save any money over the long run,” AZ Central reports.

The study used data from a random sample of 30,000 low-income Michigan households that were eligible for an Energy Department home weatherization program.

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