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Building Efficiency is Big Business!

Not Just Big -  It's the Biggest Clean Energy Market!

According to the newly released Advanced Energy Now: 2015 Market Report, the advanced energy economy in the U.S. grew 14% last year -  five times faster than the overall economy. At just under $200 billion, the American advanced energy market made up 15% of the global market. 

There's a lot to look at in the report, but today we focus on building efficiency products and services, which now make up the largest segment of the U.S. advanced energy market. Revenue from building efficiency reached $60 billion in 2014, reflecting an incredible 43% growth over the last four years.  

Check out our slide show for the 5 key findings about 2014's energy efficiency market!

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