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Federal efforts to promote increased energy efficiency in commercial buildings should be incentive-based and market-oriented. Congress should pursue tax policies such as accelerated depreciation for energy-efficient improvements that spur high-performance upgrades to existing buildings. Legislation to advance building code efficiency goals must be based on economic realities and technological feasibility. Voluntary programs, such as EPA’s Energy Star Portfolio Manager, should be continued and improved.
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