Federal Energy Management: Agencies Are Taking Steps to Meet High-Performance Federal Building Requirements, but Face Challenges
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 69 pages
This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. The fed. gov┐t. is the nation's largest energy consumer. The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) establishes high-performance fed. building requirements that include reducing energy use and managing storm water runoff. The DoE, GSA, OMB, and EPA are implementing and, in turn, helping other agencies to implement EISA requirements. This report addresses: (1) what implementing agencies are doing to direct and assist other agencies in meeting key EISA high-performance federal building requirements; (2) how implementing agencies are planning to use Recovery Act funds to meet key requirements; and (3) what challenges implementing and other agencies might face. Charts and tables.
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agencies in meeting agencies received agency officials Appendix British thermal units building rating system Contained in Title EISA energy intensity EISA high-performance federal EISA Requirements Contained EISA Title energy and water energy consumption energy efficiency energy intensity reduction energy management practices ENERGY STAR EPA’s expertise federal agencies federal building requirements federal facilities Federal Green Building Federal High-Performance Green fossil fuels geothermal heat pumps green building rating GSA facilities GSA’s high-performance federal building High-Performance Green Buildings Implementation of Key implementing agencies Intensity Reduction Goals key EISA high-performance Key EISA Requirements meet all EISA meet EISA high-performance meet key EISA meeting EISA requirements National Laboratory October 31 Office of Federal officials and stakeholder performance federal building Portfolio Manager progress in meeting Recovery Act funds renewable energy report to Congress requirements for federal Section 431 stakeholder organizations Status of Agencies storm water runoff water evaluations water management activities