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American Agenda (Economy/Environment: New England Energy Conservation) #120023

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 12, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Boston, Massachusetts: Barry Serafin) campaign. in New England by utilities companies to persuade customers to conserve energy usage featured; details given of this improbable alliance between envtlists. and utility companies; scenes shown. [Electric company WORKERS - tell consumers about more efficient light bulbs.] [Homeowner Ida RUSSO - talks about air leakage in her house.] Electricity conservation and modernization program detailed. [Conservation Law Fndn.'s Doug. FOY - says the environmental is the long-term winner.] [New England Electric's John ROWE - talks about the economy incentives for businesses.] [FOY - says it must be made profitable for the industry] Incentives for other inds. explained. ["Boston Globe"'s Luis AZEREDO - talks about savings.]

Jennings, Peter;
Serafin, Barry

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