NRECA Backs Potential Senate Deal on Federal Building Efficiency

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) is supporting bipartisan legislation to repeal a law ending fossil energy use in new and renovated federal buildings by 2030 and replace it with legislation to expand existing efficiency goals.  A June 3 letter sent by NRECA and eight trade organizations to members of the U.S. Senate stated: “These provisions would give federal building energy managers flexibility to achieve reductions in federal energy consumption in a cost-effective manner, encourage the adoption of energy efficient technologies and practices, and spur the retrofits of federal buildings.”  For more on this story, click here.

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