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(Portland, OR)  --  About one-thousand commercial-building owners in Portland could be required to report their energy use to the city.  The City Council is scheduled Wednesday to vote on an ordinance under which those figures would have to be reported every year to the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.  The city would begin publicizing the reports, and officials say the aim is to encourage reduced energy use to help in the fight against climate change.  The "Portland Tribune" reports the new law would apply to buildings over 50-thousand square feet next year, and over 20-thousand square feet in 2017.

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