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Our Resources Section:

In addition to reporting on daily news articles, our research team regularly scours the internet for white papers, research papers and other documents that provide useful information on the greening of commercial real estate.

These documents are subdivided into categories (see below). The most recently identified documents are always added to the top of the list in each category.

We invite you to explore this extensive library either by category or by using our full text search function:

Energy use assessment, planning and contracting:
General Guidance - 7 docs.

General Energy Savings:
Energy savings strategies and techniques - 4 docs.

Green Buildings:
Case studies including actual experience and outcomes - 4 docs.

Technology:
New as well as tried and true technologies - 12 docs.

Pod Casts:
Pod Casts - 2 docs.

LEED 2009:
Proposed LEED 2009 rating system changes - 16 docs.




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