New Englanders Could Lose $5M by 2020 if Energy Infrastructure Is Not Upgraded

New England ratepayers are facing significant economic consequences, if electricity and natural gas infrastructure is not built over the next five years, according to a study released on August 27. Indeed, without upgrades, consumers and businesses could pay $5.4 million more in energy costs between … Read more…

Siemens Study Links Building Energy Upgrades to Economic Development

Spending on energy-related building equipment can stimulate regional economic activity and new business development, according to results from regional studies conducted by Economic Development Research Group and Siemens. For instance, investing in smarter building technologies and energy efficiency upgrades on the University of Louisville campus … Read more…

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