Giving credit where credit won't do


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By Carl Ford

Partner, Crossfire Media


An article came in my email box from the National Green Energy Council. The article talked about President Obama’s Better Buildings Initiative and $4 billion of federal and private sector funds available for retrofitting government offices and businesses with energy-efficient solutions.


If you recall former President Bill Clinton mentioned this idea in an article in Newsweek. And, according to Ralph Avallone, the author of the email I received, it was Sept. 23, 2008, that the National Green Energy Council proposed this in its master plan.


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