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Helping C&I Customers to Get C.L.E.A.N
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In 1993, industrial and large commercial (C&I) customers accounted for over 16.2 billions of kilowatt-hours sales for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and provided $472 millions in total annual revenues. The survival and retention of these customers are critical to both TVA and the regional economy. There is concern, however, that the economic viability of these customers may be "at risk." An increasingly hostile environmental regulatory climate is eroding revenues that might otherwise be available for plant expansion, equipment purchases, and job creation. Assisting these customers to comply with environmental regulations has the potential to reduce their capital, operating and liability costs. Through its participation in an Electric Power Research Institute's (EPRI) tailored collaborative, TVA has customized CLEAN -Comprehensive Least Emissions ANalysis --to assist its C&I customers. CLEAN is a database and software tool for calculating the comprehensive emissions from end-use technologies on an equivalent basis.
Williams, J.; Beames, B. (1995). Helping C&I Customers to Get C.L.E.A.N. Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu). Available electronically from