April 3, 2012

What Investors Like Now: Saving on Energy

Jared Anderson, AOL Energy


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The rapidly growing sustainable investing trend is driving more companies to examine how they can cut back on their energy expenditures, which account for a significant portion of many businesses' operating costs. It's a straightforward benefit: Investing in energy efficiency saves money and returns value to shareholders.

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