New York skyline targeted with energy efficiency upgrade rules

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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announcing the new building measures | Credit: Benjamin Kanter
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announcing the new building measures | Credit: Benjamin Kanter

Mayor Bill de Blasio outlines new measures requiring 14,500 of City's least efficient large buildings to upgrade boilers, water heaters, roofs and windows

Measures that would force owners of New York City's 14,500 least efficient large buildings to install upgrades to boilers, water heaters, roofs, and windows in order to cut emissions have been outlined...

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