Towards healthier, more efficient buildings post-pandemic

The good news is there is a strong business case to go all-electric. Image: Unsplash/Phillip Flores

Sarah Golden

Senior Energy Analyst & VERGE Energy Chair, GreenBiz Group

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Electrifying building has financial, environmental and technical benefits. Image: GreenBiz
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