Guide for Reducing Carbon Emissions in Commercial Buildings Released

Sept. 22, 2016

The free handbook makes its case to building owners with financial incentives.

A free handbook for reducing carbon emissions resulting from energy consumption in buildings is now available.

The 60-page handbook, written by a Robert Sauchelli, a former ENERGY STAR Buldings Program Manager, details how government policy-makers, countries and regional economic organizations can reduce carbon emissions, while also providing practical solutions for addressing its causes and effects.

The guide also makes the case to building owners, managers and occupants to motivate them and improve the energy efficiency of their buildings and businesses simply by being made aware of the financial benefits, without having to resort to regulations or stricter building codes.

To download the guidebook, please click here. 

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