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It took much longer than it should have, but Congress finally agreed at year’s end on a short-term pandemic relief bill to help struggling workers and small businesses make ends meet through the winter. While it’s a good aid package, the real work of rebuilding an economy wrecked by COVID-19 is...

The year 2020 went according to no one’s plans. What started out with high expectations for increases in energy efficiency jobs and investment, with resulting benefits for cost savings and emissions reductions, quickly transformed into crisis control as COVID-19 took its toll on our health,...

While recent administrations have embraced bold infrastructure spending in rhetoric, bringing these projects to fruition has proved more evasive. Today, members of Congress across the political spectrum agree broadly about the need for infrastructure upgrades, given that U.S. infrastructure...

With the latest federal transportation bill on a one-year extension to next fall, one area that will surely get a lot of attention in the new Congress is our transportation system, particularly how we fund it. We know this is a priority for both parties, and President-elect Joe Biden has made it...

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is widely known for his love of trains, so it was no surprise to see as part of his infrastructure and clean energy plan that he has called for “the second great railroad revolution” by creating the “cleanest, safest, and fastest rail system in the world...

The coronavirus pandemic has caused severe health and safety issues around the globe. It is also impacting energy efficiency in buildings in both predictable and unpredictable ways. A recent Johnson Controls Energy Efficiency Indicator Covid-19 pulse survey of 150 commercial, institutional and...

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