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Photo by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Jerry Brous of Sequim, Wash., participated in a study to determine whether giving people more information about their electricity use and costs will prompt them to save energy.

Giving people the means to closely monitor and adjust their electricity use lowers their monthly bills and could significantly reduce the need to build new power plants, according to a yearlong government study.

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