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10/27/20 Energy Star Portfolio Manager 301non government site opens in new window EPA
10/28/20 Streamline Portfolio Manager Data Entry with Web Servicesnon government site opens in new window EPA
10/28/20 Final Results on Energy Savings, Costs, and Benefits from the Smart Energy Analytics Campaignopens in new window DOE
10/28/20 Automatic Fault Detection and Diagnostics: Facility Manager Perspectivesopens in new window DOE
10/29/20 Challenges of Assessing Life Cycle Impacts of Buildingsopens in new window DOE
11/04/20 Energy Star Portfolio Manager 101non government site opens in new window EPA
11/05/20 Navigating the Socially Distant Landscapeopens in new window EPA
11/10/20 Energy Star Portfolio Manager 201non government site opens in new window EPA
11/12/20 Life Cycle Impacts of Buildings: Innovative Building Materialsopens in new window DOE
11/12/20 Looking to the Future - What's in Store for ASHRAE Standard 90.1opens in new window DOE
11/18/20 Communicating Your Energy Plans and Achievementsnon government site opens in new window EPA
12/01/20 Scaling Impact: Multi-Building Approaches to Zero Energy Readyopens in new window DOE
12/01/20 Benchmarking Wastewater Treatment Plants and Drinking Water Treatment Systemsnon government site opens in new window EPA
12/02/20 Achieving Water and Cost Savings in Capital Improvement Projectsnon government site opens in new window EPA
12/03/20 Lighting up Energy Savings with LED Upgradesnon government site opens in new window EPA
12/03/20 "Real Life" Buildings Striving to Minimize Life Cycle Impactsopens in new window DOE
12/08/20 Financing Energy Efficiency Projects: What to Know Before you Signnon government site opens in new window EPA
12/10/20 Evolving Building Policies for a Resilient, Efficient Futureopens in new window DOE
12/17/20 Intersection of Life Cycle Impacts and Circular Economy Potential for the Buildings Sectoropens in new window DOE
01/12/21 Beyond Energy Savings: Quantifying the Additional Benefits of Energy Efficiencyopens in new window DOE
01/14/21 Improving Energy Efficiency through Advanced Building Controlsnon government site opens in new window DoD
01/19/21 David and Goliath: Financing Energy Retrofits from the Tiny to the Giantopens in new window DOE
Impact of GSA HPB
The Impact of GSA's High-Performance Buildings

High-performance buildings of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) save energy, save water, cost less to operate, produce less waste, and have more satisfied occupants compared with typical buildings. In short, they deliver cost savings and tenant satisfaction.

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