Existing efficiency measures could cut US energy use by a third

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But only if entire country emulates performance of the 10 most-efficient states

Massive inefficiencies across the US's energy network can be eliminated relatively easily, cutting about a third off the nation's energy use, according to a major new analysis of power consumption...

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