America’s more than 100 million residential renters,” has called for government financial incentives for landlords to encourage the installation of energy efficient appliances in rental units as well as greater use of solar generation technology and other energy conservation measures. According to a recent analysis by Lucas Davis and David Levine, economists at the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley, owner occupied housing units are considerably more likely to have Energy Star appliances than rental units. For example, Messrs. Davis and Levine point out that in owner-occupied units, 45 percent of appliances are Energy Star...
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