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Benchmarking is Good for Everyone
by JENNIFER CHIODO on AUGUST 22, 2012 Benchmarking is on my mind. I’ve been reviewing the project submissions for the Vermont’s Greenest Buildings Awards and am so impressed by what some teams are achieving in designing and operating energy efficient buildings that use far less than “typical” buildings. The only way we can know how good (or bad) our buildings [...]
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Save the date for VGBN’s Annual Green Building Celebration this May!
Please SAVE THE DATE for Vermont Green Building Network’s Annual Green Building Celebration at National Life Headquarters in Montpelier on May 16th! Come celebrate the dynamic world of green building by joining VGBN and its members at National Life Headquarters in Montpelier. National Life has just completed a long process of upgrading its facility for energy efficiency [...]
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