The March issue looks at the debate over the minimum wage, health reform in the states, the long energy relationship between Canada and the U.S. and much more.
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U.S. energy consumption could increase 0.5 percent a year until 2035.
With a growing U.S. population requiring more commercial buildings and residences to support it, the Energy Information Administration projects energy consumption to increase 0.5 percent a year until 2035.
Many states are considering energy efficiency as a way to reduce energy demand and promote cleaner, cheaper and more reliable energy.Among the tools to accomplish this are installing energy-efficient appliances, furnaces, air conditioners and insulation in homes and commercial buildings. These devices help buildings use less energy without sacrificing comfort.
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