For over three decades, the U.S. Energy Information Administration has conducted surveys of commercial building size to better gauge energy use, with the results being almost always the same—more buildings, more square footage and, very likely, more electricity consumption. The EIA recently released preliminary results from its 2012 Commercial Buildings Survey, which measures the size of the current U.S. building stock. The study will then be combined with another yardstick, the Energy ... Freemium Content

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