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How to Improve Nations Energy Efficiency by NAR

Improve Energy Efficiency by Offering Carrots, Not Sticks, Say Realtors®

Energy Efficiency

Improve Your Homes Energy Efficiency

Washington, June 11, 2009

Improving the energy efficiency of the nation’s homes and buildings can be best accomplished with incentives and education, according to the National Association of Realtors®.

In testimony today before the Housing and Community Opportunity Subcommittee of the House Financial Services Committee, NAR expressed support for the approach and overarching goals behind the Green Resources for Energy Efficient Neighborhoods (GREEN) Act, H.R. 2336.

“Realtors® build communities, and environmental issues related to housing and development affect our global community,” said Realtor® David Wluka, a member of NAR’s Global Climate Change Presidential Advisory Group who spoke on behalf of the association. “NAR is committed to efforts that advance consumer understanding of the need for energy efficiency and to reduce energy use. Toward that end, we support the proposed GREEN Act’s goals of encouraging energy efficiency and conservation in our nation’s housing stock.”

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