This is cool news:

December 23, 2008 — The Virginia State Corporation Commission (VSCC) today approved the Virginia Natural Gas (VNG) proposed conservation and ratemaking efficiency plan.

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The plan calls for new energy conservation programs, coupled with a revenue adjustment mechanism, designed to assist customers in managing their energy costs.

As part of the plan, VNG will provide $6.6 million over three years in new conservation initiatives. VNG projects that customers who participate in these new programs, set to begin rolling out in early 2009, can significantly reduce their monthly natural gas usage.

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 <p>This is <a href="http://switchboard.nrdc.org/blogs/bcolander/decoupling_and_energy_efficien.html">via NRDC</a>, who shares this very cool map of decoupling programs across the nation:</p>   <p><a href="http://switchboard.nrdc.org/blogs/bcolander/decoupling_and_energy_efficien.html">LINK</a>