Peak Load Growth Along the Wasatch Front: What's Driving Electricity Demand in Utah?
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Students study how electricity is used in Utah. They create an advertising plan to educate consumers about peak cycles and energy costs for the cycling service of electricity. They present their advertising plan to the class for discussion.
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