- Brooklyn Bridge’s 160 lights to receive LEDs by next year at a cost of $500K
- City to spend $67M on implementing 132 energy conservation projects over the next few months
- Majora Carter presents at Conversations on the Environment in Kansas City
- Green building slow to permeate New Jersey commercial real estate market
- Orange County (NY) passes green building legislation, but some local builders are upset with the law’s focus on LEED
- Niagra County (NY) to require LEED Silver and meeting with NYSERDA for public projects
Brooklyn Bridge LEDs, Orange County LEED Legislation, & NYC Energy Conservation
Brooklyn Bridge’s 160 lights to receive LEDs by next year at a cost of $500K City to spend $67M on implementing 132 energy conservation projects over the next few months Majora Carter presents at Conversations on the Environment in Kansas City Green building slow to permeate New Jersey commercial real estate market Orange County (NY) [...]
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