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Rebound redux

Dan Farber, professor of law | January 24, 2012

I’ve posted  previously about the rebound effect. Improving energy efficiency frees up money, which can be used to purchase more of the same product or different products that use energy.  This “rebound” cuts away at the energy savings and correspondingly at the carbon reduction achieved through energy efficiency. Everyone seems to agree that the rebound … Continue reading »