Better Buildings Challenge Nets Almost $2 Billion in Energy Savings :
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Better Buildings Challenge Nets Almost $2 Billion in Energy Savings :

The latest numbers released by the DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge amounted to 240 trillion BTUs in energy cuts and $1.9 billion in cost savings.

Better Buildings Challenge Nets Almost $2 Billion in Energy Savings :
The Donald Trump White House appears determined to demolish the previous administration’s energy and environmental policies, but it’s crowing about one Department of Energy success, and justifiably so.

The latest numbers released by the DOE’s Better Buildings Challenge amounted to 240 trillion BTUs in energy cuts and $1.9 billion in cost savings.

The Challenge, which was first implemented during the George W. Bush administration, seeks to make all commercial, residential and public buildings 20 percent more energy-efficient over the next decade. The program largely relies on partnerships and market-based solutions to allow new energy-efficiency innovations to scale – encouraging investment and green jobs in the process.

The latest results indicate the 345 public- and private-sector organizations participating in the program have made a difference. In addition to energy and financial savings, the Challenge avoided 15 million tons of carbon emissions and prevented 4 billion gallons of water waste.

The data is compiled from : http://www.triplepundit.com



For More Details, Please Read: http://www.triplepundit.com/2017/05/better-buildings-challenge-results-almost-2-billion-energy-savings/




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