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City of Asheville - Efficiency Standards for City Buildings (North Carolina) +Achieve a 2% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions each year through conservation, technology and behavior change, using 2001-02 as the baseline year<br /> Achieve an 80% reduction from baseline year 2001-02 greenhouse gas emissions by 2050
City of Bloomington - Green Building Requirements for Municipal Buildings (Indiana) +LEED - Silver, or higher where project resources/conditions permit
City of Denver - Green Building Requirement for City-Owned Buildings (Colorado) +The City will reduce energy use one percent annually, and five percent by 2011 relative to the 2006 baseline level, measured per building square foot in City facilities, and per passenger at the Denver International Airport.
City of Philadelphia - Energy Standards for Public Buildings (Pennsylvania) +30% reduction in municipal government energy use by 2015 (compared to 2008 levels)
City of Plano - LEED Standard for Public Buildings (Texas) +Attain the highest level of LEED certification possible
City of San Jose - Municipal Green Building Program (California) +City of San José facilities and buildings over 10,000 sq.ft. should obtain Gold or Platinum LEED certification when possible
City of Scottsdale - Green Building Policy for Public Buildings (Arizona) +Gold LEED certification standards for new public buildings
City of Seattle - Sustainable Buildings and Sites Policy (Washington) +New City-funded projects and major renovations will achieve LEED Gold ratings.
Comprehensive Energy Savings Plan for State Facilities (Minnesota) +20% reduction of energy use in state facilities
Cook County - LEED Requirements for County Buildings +All buildings must set a goal of obtaining at least 8 points in the LEED Energy and Atmosphere category

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DSM Programs Incorporating Renewables (Florida) +To save 1,300 MW of capacity and 1,800 GWh of energy by 2009

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Energy Conservation Standards for State Facilities (Delaware) +Renewable energy target of 20% by FY 2012 and 30% by 2013; offshore wind and on-site distributed generation are specifically targeted as methods of achieving the target.
Energy Conservation in Public Buildings (Florida) +Greenhouse gas emissions reduction target includes a 10% reduction from 2007 levels by 2012, a 25% reduction by 2017, and a 40% reduction by 2025.
Energy Conservation in Public Facilities (North Carolina) +20% reduction in energy usage by fiscal year 2007-2008, from a baseline fiscal year 2002-2003
Energy Efficiency Goals and Requirements for Public Entities (Texas) +General: Reduce electricity consumption by 5% each year for ten years, beginning September 1, 2011<br /> School districts: 5% energy consumption reduction from FY 2008
Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (Kentucky) +Report energy use reduction information and encourage efficient school design
Energy Efficiency Program for State Government Buildings (Kentucky) +New public buildings or major renovations must be designed to high performance building certification; the level of certification required depends on a life-cycle cost analysis.
Energy Efficiency Requirements for State Government (Connecticut) +Reduce energy use 10% in state-owned (or leased) buildings by 2013 and an additional 10% reduction by 2018 from current consumption
Energy Efficiency Standards for Public Buildings (Idaho) +10% to 30% more efficient than a building of equal size, function and orientation
Energy Efficiency Standards for State Buildings (New Mexico) +20% reduction in energy usage by Executive Branch agencies by 2015
Energy Efficiency Standards for State Facilities (New York) +20% reduction in energy use intensity relative to a Fiscal Year 2010/2011 baseline in state-owned or operated buildings by April 1, 2020
Energy Efficiency and Green Building Standards for State Buildings (Wisconsin) +10% reduction by Fiscal Year (FY) 2008 and 20% by FY 2010 in energy use in state buildings, based on the FY 2005 state energy baseline
Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Construction Standards for Public Buildings (Georgia) +30% above ASHRAE 90.1.2004 standards<br /> Energy Star designation for the building
Energy Efficiency in State Buildings (Michigan) +25% reduction in grid-based energy purchases by the end of 2015, as compared with purchases in the fiscal year ending September 30, 2002.
Energy Efficiency in State Government (Illinois) +10% energy use reduction for executive branch state agencies by 2018
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