Despite resistance, building energy disclosure is leading the way towards energy efficiency upgrades

Though Boston has become the eighth city in U.S. require buildings to disclose energy consumption (the other seven cities include New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Austin, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Minneapolis), resistance still persists amongst the real estate community (property owners...

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