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Economic development officials in Atlanta are hoping a new project can lure new businesses downtown by making the area's buildings more energy efficient. The plan calls for using up to $8 million in funding from the Westside tax allocation district to help building owners conduct energy audits or retrofit structures, especially offices that struggle with vacancies. Invest Atlanta would pay as much as 40 percent of the cost of the work, with the landlord footing the rest of the bill.