TVA Votes to Defund Energy Efficiency by 25%
August 21, 2014

BEST/MATRR spoke and sent letter to TVA Board of Directors
regarding their choices as Directors,
including their vote to reduce spending
on Energy Efficiency programs by 25%.

They were reminded that Energy Efficiency
is seven times more cost-effective than nuclear power;
therefore, they were voting to abandon their mission
to benefit the people of the valley
and instead voted to continue
to raise customers' electric bills
to pay for nuclear,
rather than saving valley residents money,
improving their homes,
buildings and factories,
and creating more jobs
with Energy Efficiency and CHP Co-Generation. 


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