DC To Make Public Office Building Energy Efficiency Levels

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In 2010, DC will require owners of buildings with more than 200,000 square feet of office space to track their energy efficiency to be made part of a publicly available database of energy efficiency information. DC will be the first to require that this information be made publicly available starting in 2012. All office buildings of that size will be given Energy Star ratings that will be available to potential tenants and others.

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