Electric vehicles, or EVs, are one of the most fuel-efficient forms of transport in the world.
Like most professionals, facilities managers have to keep up with developments in their industry. Upgrading their knowledge and expertise ensures that they are best equipped to serve the needs of building owners, tenants and other stakeholders.
Commercial and industrial buildings in the US account for 50 percent of the country’s energy consumption, costing in excess of $400 billion a year.
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As states, cities and towns develop an interest in restoring historic buildings, and as the tax benefits of doing so make costs manageable, many companies are retrofitting one of these older buildings instead of building new facilities.