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  • Green buildings use on average 26% less energy, emit 33% less carbon dioxide, use 30% less indoor water, send 50%-75% less solid waste to landfills and incinerators.
  • DG (walk through goals)
  • USGBC recently released this guidance documentOutlines an approach to overcome the upfront cost barrier to make significant improvements in existing buildings- whether these are paid for from the capital or operations budget, through bonds, loan funds, or other public financing, or delivered through a performance contract Developed by USGBC in consultation with ESCO community, endorsed by the Energy Services Coalition. Executive Summary Available free online at www.usgbc.org/paidfromsavings; full guide available for purchaseThe presentations you will hear in this panel (from Dale & Jack) highlight different approaches to paying for and implementing building upgrades based on the return-on-investment generated by reduced operating costs.
  • SSC2011_Jason Hartke PPT

    1. 1. Beyond Energy-Efficiency: <br />The Full Range of Sustainable Development Principles <br />JASON HARTKE<br />U.S. Green Building Council<br />jhartke@usgbc.org<br />Solutions for Sustainable Communities: <br />2011 Learning Conference on State and Local Housing Policy <br />Washington, DC<br />September 26, 2011<br />
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    4. 4. <ul><li>Accountability
    5. 5. Synergy
    6. 6. Customization
    7. 7. Scale</li></li></ul><li>Sustainable Sites<br />Innovationin Design<br />WaterEfficiency<br />Indoor EnvironmentalQuality<br />Energy & Atmosphere<br />Materials & Resources<br />Organization of LEED<br />
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    9. 9. Reduced<br />Operating <br />Expenses<br />Increased <br />Productivity<br />Government Incentives<br />Improved<br />Health<br />Investment <br />Returns<br />
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    12. 12. <ul><li> Accountability
    13. 13. Synergy
    14. 14. Customization
    15. 15. Scale</li></li></ul><li>
    16. 16. Wishard Hospital, targeting LEED Silver/Gold, HOK <br />
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    19. 19. Asking the Resiliency Question<br /><ul><li>Will We Be Resilient to Warmer Temperatures
    20. 20. Will We Be Resilient to Drought & Water Shortages
    21. 21. Will We Be Resilient to Stronger Storms & Flooding
    22. 22. Will We Be Resilient to Energy Challenges</li></li></ul><li>Will We Be Resilient to <br />Warmer Temperatures<br /><ul><li>Avoiding cooling-load
    23. 23. Landscaping to minimize cooling requirements
    24. 24. Planning for (new) Pest management
    25. 25. Natural ventilation
    26. 26. High-efficiency lighting & equipment
    27. 27. Increase cooling design temperatures</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Accountability
    28. 28. Synergy
    29. 29. Customization
    30. 30. Scale</li></li></ul><li>
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    36. 36. <ul><li> Accountability
    37. 37. Synergy
    38. 38. Customization
    39. 39. Scale</li></li></ul><li>
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    44. 44. STAR Community Index<br /><ul><li>Community sustainability assessment framework
    45. 45. Recognition platform
    46. 46. Information sharing platform
    47. 47. Inclusive and accessible design
    48. 48. Policy and performance metrics
    49. 49. Tiers of recognition
    50. 50. Third-party verification
    51. 51. Periodic re-certification</li></ul>www.usgbc.org/paidfromsavings<br />
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    53. 53. Costs and benefits<br />

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