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According to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Connecticut is again among the top 10 energy-efficient states.
Massachusetts again led the group's sixth annual energy-efficiency scorecard, released Wednesday. The other states in the top 10 are: California, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Washington, Maryland and Minnesota.
The 10 states most in need of improvement (starting with last) are Mississippi, North Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming, South Dakota, Alaska, Kansas, Missouri, Louisiana and Nebraska.
The report can be found online at http://aceee.org/sector/state-policy/scorecard
The three most improved states are Oklahoma, Montana, and South Carolina.