Addressing Board Concerns About Updating Energy Equipment Spending Now Can Save Late

An energy conservation pro discusses some ways for multifamily buildings to save on energy costs.
Getting buy-in from residents on expensive equipment installation or upgrades can be tough - especially if one's existing equipment seems to be getting the job done. But 'functional' isn't the same as 'optimal' - and making some changes to your building's energy systems can yield both serious savings and a reduced carbon footprint. 

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