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Written by Robert J. Michaels, Ph.D. and Bill Peacock   
Thursday, 12 August 2010 07:28

Texas Public Policy Foundation & Institute for Energy Research

Proposals to expand Texas’ energy efficiency program ignore the fact that there is simply no way, given the existing data and methodology, to properly determine the efficiency—or inefficiency—of the program.

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Robert J. Michaels, Ph.D. is a Professor of Economics at California State University, Fullerton and a Senior Fellow at the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the Institute for Energy Research. His areas of qualification are industrial organization; antitrust analysis; regulation and deregulation; and competition in the electricity and gas industries.

Bill Peacock is the Vice President of Research and Director of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Center for Economic Freedom.

We invite all of you to get a discussion going.  Please submit your comments at the end of this article, Thanks.  


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