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AEP-PSO's energy-efficiency programs reduced electricity use by 39 million kilowatt hours last year, the Tulsa, OK-based utility reported Tuesday. Efficiency initiatives such as Energy Star New Homes, home weatherization for low-income customers and lighting retrofit incentives could help push that savings to 57 million kilowatt hours in 2011, the utility said. The federal Energy Star program includes efficiency standards for homes, appliances and office buildings. The utility indicated that the programs could cost $80 million, but the resulting efficiencies could save as much as $186 million.
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