Shocks to the efficiency landscape, including the saturation and phase-out of CFL programs and falling electricity generation costs, mean that there are fewer programs available to deliver large-scale and cost-effective energy savings. As a result, utilities are increasingly turning to behavioral programs to supercharge their residential energy efficiency portfolios. As the landscape for energy efficiency changes, it is important to consider the savings potential of these programs. Opower has examined the achievable savings potential from behavior change within the residential sector at a national scale. You can read our findings by downloading the whitepaper here.