Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Government Printing Office, May Other reports in this assessment examine energy use in the Federal Government, industry, transportation, and the role of utilities in energy efficiency. This report focuses on energy use in buildings, which account for over one-third of all energy used in the United States. Significant energy savings in buildings are possible through the use of commercially available, cost-effective, energy efficient technologies; yet adoption rates for these technologies are often low. Interviews with industry, property managers, homeowners, and others were used to explore why technology adoption rates are so low. Past Federal
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