Energy Foundation’s BRIM Report Conclusion: Support Efficiency First

From an Energy Foundation report (See more at http://omstout.com/?p=5782):

We agree that contractors should be a part of all major residential energy efficiency discussions and initiatives, which can be accomplished in large part by more frequently giving Efficiency First a seat at the table.

So, what don't we as contractors try harder to be heard? And what don't program and policy folks even ask?

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The original link doesn't seem to be working anymore. But here's a link to the the good follow-up report prepared by the Energy Futures Group: http://www.energyfuturesgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/BRIM_S...

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