Experts reject NAIOP study

Leaders from ASHRAE, ACEEE, New Buildings Institute, and Yudelson Associates voice strong opposition, say study's faults result in misleading conclusions.

03/09/2009


As reported by CoStar Realty Information Inc., a week after its release, a study commissioned by NAIOP , the Commercial Real Estate Development Assn. that challenged the economic feasibility of achieving certain energy efficiency targets in buildings, continues to draw sharp rebuke from experts in the energy efficiency, real estate, and design and engineering fields.

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