Energy Equipment Costs Addressing Board Concerns

An energy conservation pro discusses the ups and downs of assessing your building's equipment.
Money saving and energy conservation go together like hand and glove -- but how they fit isn't always the easiest to understand. In this quick clip, a conservation pro discusses how boards can assess their energy-related equipment for signs of wear and tear, and by extension know when it's time to call in a professional to have a look. 

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