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Picture the scene: a lone hero is fighting the bad guy. Every punch, nunchuck smack, foot sweep, and spinning back kick has been exhausted. The enemy is finally showing weakness.
A new report by New York City’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability reveals the range of energy performance among NYC buildings, finding that some use up to five times as much energy as same-sized buildings used for similar purposes.
Originally posted by GreenBiz. America spends approximately $1.6 billion on public housing energy payments every year. To put that into perspective, that’s equal to:
(Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series examining vehicles powered by natural gas.) The value proposition of natural gas vehicles varies widely by application. Fleets with high utilization and poor gas mileage, for example, can reap significant near-term value from the switch to natural gas.
Thanks to all of you who were able to join us live at our “Solar Issues of the Day: Customer Acquisition” Google hangout …particularly if you originally intended to attend the earlier broadcast which was hijacked by technical gremlins...and to those of you who viewed the archived video later.