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    Sponsored by the GSA Office of Small Business Utlilization, this training is designed to review GSA sources for procurement opportunities that are both planned and posted. For more information about this training and how to register, visit the Strategic Planning for New GSA Opportunities page on GSA.gov.
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    GSA’s Green Proving Ground (GPG) program is working to make our buildings more efficient and minimize resource consumption. GPG is proud to release the evaluation results for three innovative technologies: Daylight Harvesting Biomass Boiler Systems Condensing Boilers Please let us know some of the most innovative green building technologies you have seen.
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    Retro-Commissioning of existing buildings uncovers often over-looked wasted energy consumption. We have found outside air dampers improperly set to allow more CFM than building usage requires. thus requiring additional energy to heat and/or cool outside Read More
    Retro-Commissioning also uncovers building pressurization problems that also requires additional energy consumption to cool outside air drawing through doors and windows.
    GSA HQ is cutting workstation energy consumption by 30% using the HiSaver surge protector (available on GSA Schedule). This power strip has a sensor attached, which senses when there is no human moving at the workstation, and shuts down peripherals after...Read More
    This recent post on GSA's blog discussing the opening of the Puerto Rico passport office mentions some of the energy efficient building technologies being used:http://gsablogs.gsa.gov/gsablog/2014/09/24/energy-efficient-puerto-rico-u-s-passport-...Read More
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    This company, Blue Penguin (bluepenguin.com), says they can reduce building energy consumption by 20% in 12 months and they offer a money back guarantee. They do this through collection and analysis of megadata in buildings. They've got an impressive...Read More
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