As climate change, pollution and volatile energy prices have an increasing impact on the world, social and political pressures to reduce carbon emissions are rising. Most attention in this effort is focused on transportation and producing more gas-efficient vehicles. However, real estate remains one of the biggest opportunity areas for reducing energy consumption, with residential and commercial buildings accounting for almost 40 percent of all energy consumption in the Unite
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