Federal government seeks to boost building sector energy efficiency

Recently launched initiatives by the U.S. Department of Energy aim to boost the energy efficiency of buildings and reduce carbon dioxide emissions associated with the building sector.

Residential and commercial buildings account for approximately 40% of U.S. energy use and more than one-third of the country’s carbon emissions, yet they waste more than $100 billion annually because of inefficiency, according to the DOE. Against this backdrop, the department’s initiatives seek to “cut the energy and emissions footprints of buildings by reducing their waste of polluting energy sources and integrating them with clean, electrified power,” according to a May 17

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