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How To Pay For Energy Efficiency Retrofits — Evening Conference At Berkeley Law On Sept 21st

California has ambitious goals to make our existing buildings more energy efficient, through improvements such as wall and ceiling insulation and efficient appliances and fixtures. We simply cannot meet our long-term climate goals without more progress on this front. But these smart investments require upfront money, and it’s not clear yet how the state can […]
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