Adam Sledd

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    As more cities require commercial building owners to report energy consumption, what’s next for utilities benchmarking? A panel of experts tackled the issue on Thursday during the Institute of Real Estate Management’s Fall Leadership Conference in Orlando.

    National 20 October 2014 16:37

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