Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ)
Clean energy buyers all face a common challenge: figuring out how to keep track of both the clean energy they use and the carbon emissions they cut.
The White House Council on Environmental Quality released updated guidelines for federal agencies performing environmental reviews.
Experts extolled the virtues of more granular clean energy purchasing at Raab Associates’ New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable.
The White House Council on Environmental Quality issued a federal building performance standard requiring agencies to cut energy use by 2030.
Eighteen countries joined the U.S. in signing on to cut greenhouse gas emissions from their national government operations to net zero by 2050 at COP27.
Under new U.S. policies, federal contractors will have to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and climate risks.
The White House continued its execution of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act with a new group of requests for information and guidance documents.
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