Guest post by Marian Hopkins of Business Roundtable.
We hear a lot about renewable energy these days, especially emerging technologies like wind and solar. Most of us appreciate the potential these technologies hold for our energy future, and we
Guest Post, courtesy of Marian Hopkins, with Business Roundtable
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That's why we
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There is a way to get more for less, though: by being more energy
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