Excellent points, guys. Seems your comments could also apply to most of the "best of" and "top 10 reasons to" and "how much will it cost" stories in every national media outlet. Oh, and also to the "elect me, and I'll lower your taxes, fix the economy and get America working again!" arguments. And those guys don't even come with a pretty picture.
RemodAR1609 576 days ago
Highly oversimplified and costs to implement aren't relevant in my market. If you look at their website and somehow get past all the "invitations" to join take a look at their "greener way to get there. Where I live there's usually only a few people on a public bus at a time. That makes them extremely inefficient. Then they compare Obama to Perry on energy policy. Not sure why, Perry hasn't won the nomination and hopefully won't. But they do have nice pictures.
OtherGA1003 576 days ago
Yeah, well, this is just another example of trying to make something complex simple for the general public, and in the process making misjudgments, mistakes, and providing a fair amount of general information. Trying to generalize investment costs and savings on specific choices without taking the specifics of the building, the climate, and owner behavior into account is pretty much a waste of time. It does make for a pretty picture, though.