April 15, 2024

building emissions

9 States Agree to Accelerate Home Heat Pump Installations
A memorandum of understanding announced Feb. 7 sets a goal of heat pump technology comprising 65% of residential heating, cooling and water heating equipment sales by 2030.
General Services Administration
Biden Orders Cut to Federal Building Emissions
The White House Council on Environmental Quality issued a federal building performance standard requiring agencies to cut energy use by 2030.
Empire Building Challenge Seeks to Decarbonize NY High-rises
The $50 million program selected six real estate partnerships to help implement advanced heat and water housing technologies in high-rises across New York.
The Shea
Lawmakers Pass Wash. Buildings Emissions Bill
The Washington Senate voted along partisan lines to approve a bill designed to trim the carbon footprints of roughly 50,000 buildings in the state.
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Rent Provision Sparks Pushback on Wash. Buildings GHG Bill
A rent control plank prompted the greatest opposition to a Washington Senate bill to trim the carbon footprint of roughly 50,000 buildings in the state.
Panelists Say Reducing Building Emissions an Uphill Battle
Even as the electricity sector decarbonizes and appliance efficiency improves, reducing GHG emissions from buildings will prove increasingly difficult.
Boston Readies for Enforceable Building Emissions Standard
Boston is poised to take action on a proposed large building emissions performance standard released earlier this year.

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