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Massachusetts looks to cut emissions from its aging and iconic housing type

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A row of triple-decker homes in Boston, Massachusetts.

A recent design competition solicited ideas for retrofitting the state’s triple-decker apartment buildings, many of which still sport drafty windows, oil-burning heating systems, and little or no insulation.

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