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Federal Energy Management: Addressing Challenges Through Better Plans and Clarifying the Greenhouse Gas Emission Measure Will Help Meet Long-Term Goals for Buildings
Federal Energy Management: Addressing Challenges T

Our Price: $25.00
By Mark Gaffigan (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 52
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437911269

The fed. govít. is the nation's single largest energy consumer, spending approximately $17 billion in FY 2007. A number of statutes and executive orders have established and revised goals directing agencies to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions -- such as carbon dioxide, which results from combustion of fossil fuels and natural processes, among other things -- and increase renewable energy use. This report determines the extent to which: (1) fed. agencies met energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emission, and renewable energy goals in FY 2007; (2) fed. agencies have made progress in each of these areas in the recent past; and (3) six selected agencies are poised to meet energy goals into the future. Illus.

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