Did you know Massachusetts is America’s most energy-efficient state, followed by California and New York?

According to the EPA, on average 30%  of all energy consumed in commercial buildings is wasted.  Compounding that problem is the fact that the vast majority of energy consumed by buildings still comes from non-renewable sources.  In fact, the built environment contributes more to global carbon dioxide emissions than transportation does.  Using energy more efficiently not only helps to address this problem, it also saves companies money.  Read more about the savings companies have realized through investments in energy efficiency, information about energy efficient technologies, and more.

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