Connecticut efficiency program turns focus to smaller commercial buildings

Energy News Network: A commercial building efficiency program in Connecticut is turning its focus to smaller buildings, hoping to build on its progress with larger properties.

For nearly five years, the Stamford 2030 District has worked to reduce energy use, water consumption, and transportation emissions in the city of Stamford by 50 percent by 2030. Like many of the state’s cities, Stamford has grappled with how to sustainably and efficiently develop as new companies flock to the burgeoning business hub.

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