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E3 Helps Port of Long Beach Save $350 Million

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March 24, 2014

E3 helped the Port of Long Beach, the second-busiest port in the nation, obtain electric rate discounts and a program under which Southern California Edison (SCE) installs major electric infrastructure at no cost to the Port or its tenants. These measures will support critical electrification and environmental improvement projects at the Port, improving air quality in the region.

The rate discounts are expected to total $350 million over the next 24 years, equating to a savings of about 15%. E3 Senior Consultant Michele Chait led electric rate negotiations for the Port of Long Beach.

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