Energy powers our economy. Electricity keeps our machines humming; gas and oil drive our vehicles and fly our airplanes; and many sources of BTU’s heat and cool our homes, schools, offices, and factories.
Keeping that in mind, decision-makers rely on E3+ to provide comprehensive evaluations of the total economic impact of altering electric rates, introducing new power sources, investing in the production of energy, and other policy changes.
Energy-generating industries are an important input to other industries, as well as a sector in their own right. Energy analyses, therefore, often focus on the total economic impact of changing electric rates, introducing new power sources, and investing in the production of energy.
E3+ provides total economic impact analyses of energy-generating and environmental industries that inform and guide critical energy and environment policy at the local, state, and national levels.
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