Building Energy Efficiency into Multi-Family Dwellings

Posted by on Thursday, September 23 2010


About one-third of the homes in California are multi-family units and saving energy in these units has significant potential. Beckie Menten, Switzer Fellow and Research Fellow with the California Public Utilities Commission, offers a perspective on this issue.


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