Garbett and Vivint say residents can look forward to an estimated $300 per month in utility savings.
States and utility companies will have a range of options for meeting the pollution reduction targets.
As Matt Yglesias of Slate points out, Murray in July spoke of the utility of going over the cliff in purely practical terms.
Goldwater co-chairs a campaign to “stand up to utility monopolies to ensure solar energy remains strong in America.”
On Merah's suggestion, police searched a rented Renault Megane utility vehicle parked nearby and found a cache of weapons.
Every spot of color on bird or insect it finds to be the trace of a utility.
We are led by suggestion and association to believe that there must be wisdom and utility in what all do.
The barracks of the men were of brick and concrete, and were built with no less regard for appearance than utility.
The friendship whose motive is utility is the friendship of sordid souls.
May its success and its utility be as great as in the case of those which have preceded it.
late 14c., "fact of being useful," from Old French utilite "usefulness" (late 13c.), earlier utilitet (12c.), from Latin utilitatem (nominative utilitas) "usefulness, serviceableness, profit," from utilis "usable," from uti (see use (v.)). As a shortened form of public utility it is recorded from 1930.