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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Leading More Buildings to Co-Generate


Leading More Buildings to Co-Generate

Energy Prices Climbing

By Jonathan Barnes

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The energy crisis of the 1970s created long lines of cars, with drivers waiting to fuel up at gas stations. These days, increasing fuel demands and rising prices are forcing the cost of everything from groceries to construction materials and other everyday expenditures ever upward. Heavy demand on the overtaxed utility grid has resulted in periodic blackouts in some major cities during summer months. Since utility costs comprise part of a building’s maintenance budget, maintenance costs for residential buildings also have been affected.

Leading More Buildings to Co-Generate

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