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The Year Of The Climate


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"Washington would be nation-leading. No other state has passed this kind of policy before, looking at large commercial buildings and saying, 'We need you to reduce your energy use to a certain level by a certain date,'" Wheeless says. "When we talk about buildings and helping them be more efficient, we're often looking at new construction. But when buildings are built, they're there for a while."

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