Builders Focusing on Energy-Efficient Structures

Hindman, Jon
March 2006
San Diego Business Journal;3/20/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p18
The article reports that the new construction projects throughout San Diego County, California are increasingly making use of solar power, natural lighting, and renewable energy because of the need to meet the new California energy-deficiency compliance. San Diego Regional Energy Office is offering incentives to companies that reach for a higher echelon of energy efficiency. The significance of marketability on high energy-efficiency standards is emphasized.


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