Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) researchers discovered in a latest study that upgrading airtightness or weatherizing homes to a uniform level could gain up to $33 billion in annual energy savings.
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Weatherizing Homes to a Uniform Level Can Gain $33 Billion in Annual Energy Savings