Federal Manager's Daily Report

The GSA has committed to using only renewable energy sources by 2025 for electricity in federal buildings it manages, in line with Biden administration initiatives on climate change and using the government’s purchasing power to encourage innovation in low-emission technologies.

GSA also said it has established a Federal Building Decarbonization Task Group to “explore opportunities and challenges for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, in alignment with national climate goals and action plans, through the use of renewable energy, energy efficiency, electrification and smart building technologies at federal buildings.”


It said it also has partnered with the NAACP to establish an Environmental Justice and Equity Task Group to “improve engagement with diverse and underrepresented communities to create solutions throughout the federal sustainable building process. This includes design, construction, operation, renewal and occupancy leading to opportunities and green jobs.”

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