U.S. Army steps up requirements for greening building

November 09, 2010 |

Cool roofs, solar water heating, and advanced metering are among energy-efficiency elements that will have to be used in new permanent Army buildings in the U.S. and abroad starting in FY 2013. Designs for new construction and major renovations will incorporate sustainable design and development principles contained in ASHRAE 189.1.

reuters.com/article/idUS47226495120101104

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