February 5, 2013

How Will Energy Productivity Jumpstart the Economy?

Nat'l Journal, National Journal


New American

Increasing energy efficiency can be a powerful catalyst to turbo charge our economy and make us more competitive. Efficiency and productivity gains have a long track record of helping consumers and businesses reduce the amount of energy they are using. . .

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TAGGED: U.S. Energy Policy, U.S. Energy, Energy Efficiency, Economy, Senator Mark Warner, National Journal

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