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|10/24/17||Portfolio Manager 301||DOE|
|10/26/17||Tracking and Reporting Environmental Results at Federal Facilities||EPA|
|11/02/17||How to Apply for the ENERGY STAR||DOE|
|11/07/17||Portfolio Manager 101||DOE|
|11/07/17||2 for 1: Energy Efficiency and Water Savings are a Combo Deal||DOE|
|11/08/17||EPA Water Wednesday Showcase||EPA|
|11/09/17||ENERGY STAR and Green Building Rating Systems||DOE|
|11/21/17||Portfolio Manager 201||DOE|
|11/29/17||Introduction to Utility Energy Service Contracts||DOE|
|12/05/17||Lab Partners: How to Leverage DOE National Laboratories||DOE|
|12/13/17||Placing UESC Task Orders under the GSA Areawide Contract||DOE|
|01/09/18||Big Results in Small Places: Exploring the Untapped Energy Efficiency Potential of Small Data Centers||DOE|
Community Case Studies
Sustainability in practice, by the community, for the community. Learn from the real world experience of others by reading on.
As part of a national effort to demonstrate compliance with the EO13514 and the Guiding Principles for Federal Leadership in High Performance Sustainable Buildings, GSA adopted the USGBC's Volume Certification Program, utilizing standards set forth in the LEED Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance rating system for their documentation. The Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building is located in the Central Business District within Salt Lake City and is the largest GSA owned property in Salt Lake City.
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