A discussion of the preliminary results of an ongoing study of the use of energy in public and commercial buildings. The effects of building location, design, and operation alternatives are developed, together with initial estimates of the conservation potential in the sector. The work is part of Rand's energy conservation work for the National Science Foundation. 62 pp.
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