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Alternative Energy in New State Construction (Texas) +Economic analysis of renewable energy and energy efficiency strategies in state building projects; strategies must be implemented if determined to be cost-effective.

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Baltimore - Green Building Requirements for City Buildings (Maryland) +All new or extensively modified city buildings of at least 10,000 square in the FY 2009 capital budget must be LEED certified or equivalent and LEED Silver or equivalent for FY 2010 and thereafter.
Broward County - Green Building Policy (Florida) +All new County construction projects must be LEED certified
Building Requirements for State-Funded Buildings +Major construction must meet high-performance energy and design standard established by state

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Cincinnati - Municipal Green Building Requirement (Ohio) +All new municipal buildings must achieve LEED certification
City of Asheville - Efficiency Standards for City Buildings (North Carolina) +New city-occupied buildings greater than 5,000 sq. feet must achieve LEED "Gold" standard; city-occupied buildings less than 5,000 sq. feet must achieve LEED "Silver" standard
City of Atlanta - Sustainable Development Design Standards (Georgia) +New and renovated City buildings over 5,000 square feet or with project costs of 2 million or greater must achieve LEED Silver.
City of Austin - Green Building Requirement for City Projects (Texas) +New construction and major renovations of city buildings costing 2 million or more and requiring work in 5 major LEED rating categories must achieve LEED Silver certification;<br /> Requirement also applies to smaller renovations, interior finishing, and additions costing $300,000 or more and requiring work in 3 major LEED rating categories.
City of Berkeley - Green Building Standards for City Owned and Operated Projects (California) +All City-sponsored projects that enter design and construction after 2005 must meet a minimum LEED Silver rating
City of Chamblee - LEED Requirement for Public and Commercial Buildings (Georgia) +All private development of 20,000 square feet or greater and all future municipal buildings regardless of size must be LEED certified. Green Globes certification is also allowed in lieu of LEED certification.
City of Chandler - Green Building Requirement for City Buildings (Arizona) +City buildings larger than 5,000 square feet must be built to LEED Silver standards when feasible.
City of Chicago - Energy Standards for Public Buildings (The Chicago Standard) (Illinois) +All city-funded construction and major renovations must meet the Chicago Standard (equivalent to LEED v. 2.1 standards)
City of Dallas - Green Building Requirements for Municipal Buildings (Texas) +LEED Silver Certification: All new municipal buildings over 10,000 square feet (2003 Bond Program and thereafter)<br /> LEED Gold Certification: Public Works and Transportation facilities (2006 Bond Program and thereafter)
City of Denver - Green Building Requirement for City-Owned Buildings (Colorado) +All applicable new City building construction and major renovations will be built and certified to at least the LEED-NC (New Construction) Silver standard, and achieve Energy Star status.
City of Grand Rapids - Green Building Requirements for Municipal Buildings (Michigan) +All municipal construction and renovation projects involving buildings over 10,000 square feet and costs of $1 million or more must achieve LEED certification
City of Greensburg - Green Building Requirement for New Municipal Buildings (Kansas) +All newly constructed or renovated municipally-owned buildings larger than 4,000 square feet must be designed to conform to the platinum rating of LEED Green Building Rating System; buildings must also be designed to receive 10 out of 10 possible points under LEED EA Credit 1
City of Houston - Green Building Requirements for New Municipal Structures (Texas) +All new construction or major renovations of municipal buildings larger than 10,000 square feet must conform to LEED certification guidelines to the greatest extent practical. LEED Silver certification is set as a target level.
City of Jacksonville - Sustainable Public Buildings (Florida) +New city-owned buildings and renovated buildings must obtain sustainable building certification
City of Los Angeles - Green Building Retrofit Requirement (California) +All city-owned properties over 7,500 square feet or constructed before 1978 must be retrofitted to meet LEED-EB silver standards or higher
City of Philadelphia - Energy Standards for Public Buildings (Pennsylvania) +New construction or major renovations in buildings over 10,000 square feet must be LEED Silver
City of Phoenix - Design Standards for City Buildings (Arizona) +All new City buildings must meet LEED Certified standard, as well as some additional requirements specified by the City.
City of Portland - Green Building Policy and LEED Certification (Oregon) +All new city-owned projects must achieve LEED NC Gold Certification and additional requirements as specified by the City.<br /> All city-owned, occupied, existing buildings must achieve LEED EBOM Silver Certification and additional requirements as specified by the city.
City of San Antonio - Green Building Policy for City-Owned Facilities (Texas) +All new buildings must achieve LEED Silver Certification or similar customized standards
City of San Diego - Sustainable Building Policy (California) +LEED "Silver" Level Certification; 15% minimum self-generation using renewable technologies
City of San Francisco - Green Building Requirement for City Buildings (California) +Projects over 5,000 square feet must be registered LEED Silver<br /> Projects less than 5,000 square feet must achieve the maximum LEED points practicable.
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