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Policy and Incentives Drive Energy Efficiency Retrofits

"The global market for energy efficiency retrofits in the commercial building sector will expand from $80.3 billion in 2011 to $151.8 billion by 2020."

I think that government that should be out in front, should be willing to push the existing capabilities especially in buildings and investment in goods and long-term services. If the Government is willing to take the risk in reaching to do better so that the general market develops a comfort level with diving in. This study shows that when government takes the first step, the comfort level is truly there and the confidence begins to be felt in a much larger scale.


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