15 Feb '13, 5pm

Study: Military Facilities Reap Benefits From Using LEED: New research confirms LEED helps the government save...

The Department of Defense released the findings of an independent report on energy efficiency and sustainability standards used by the Pentagon for military construction. The report strongly affirmed the value of LEED certified high performing buildings to America’s military and U.S. taxpayers. The following statement can be attributed to Roger Platt, senior vice president of Global Policy and Law, U.S. Green Building Council. “LEED has played a significant role in reducing energy and water bills in public sector buildings across the country, saving taxpayer’s money and contributing to the nation’s security. This important new independent study from the National Research Council concludes that the LEED Green Building Rating System should continue to be used in Defense Department buildings to advance energy efficiency in construction and reduce operational costs. Using LEED...

Full article: http://www.edcmag.com/articles/94915-study-military-facil...

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