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Best Practices

What Will It Take Series Takeaways

Fernando Arias and Theresa Backhus reflect on getting to carbon-free buildings by 2050

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Event Takeaways: Opportunities and Risks for BEPS

How can architects and engineers manage the risks, while simultaneously positioning themselves for the opportunities, of BEPS?

Sustainability and Historic Preservation: Options and Opportunities in DC

Guest authors argue historic preservation is essential to achieving climate goals in DC and elsewhere

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Predictive Energy Modeling

Get the Basics on Predictive Building Energy Modeling in DC

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Operations and Maintenance Guide

Read this comprehensive guide, produced by AOBA Educational Foundation, for strategies for increasing energy efficiency in your Washington, DC building.

Health and Wellness Meet Energy Performance

This guide lays out critical considerations for keeping buildings safe while also maximizing energy performance.

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Green Leasing in DC

Green leases can help lower costs and help buildings meet DC's new Building Energy Performance Standards.

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General Contractor’s Playbook

General contractors can help building owners meet their project performance targets and budget goals.

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Owner’s Playbook

This resource provides an overview of how owners can make their buildings more energy efficient in compliance with the DC

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Property Manager’s Playbook

This resource gives clear action steps for property managers in DC to increase the energy efficiency of their buildings.

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