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Investing in high levels of clean energy and widespread energy efficiency programs can save money for a majority of households in each of the contiguous states, according to a Synapse modeling study released today. The analysis, part of a series of briefs on the impacts of EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan on consumers, shows that households participating in state-sponsored efficiency programs can save an average of $35 on their monthly bills in 2030. Even non-participants will save money in 16 states.

The recent Supreme Court ruling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standard generated dramatic headlines in the media, but a closer look shows an outcome that is less earth-shaking and more pedantic.