GSA asks for input to help study energy-efficient technologies on its buildings

GSA plans to study technologies on its existing facilities under the Green Proving Ground’s 2014 program.

November 15, 2013 |

The General Services Administration has posted a request online, asking those in industry, academia and nonprofits for information on green building technologies. The agency plans to study technologies promoting building energy-efficiency on its existing facilities under the Green Proving Ground’s 2014 program. Technologies that are chosen for the program are tested in the GSA’s federally owned buildings.

(http://www.environmentalleader.com/2013/11/06/gsa-seeks-green-building-technologies-to-test/)

 

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