Under the administration’s Federal Sustainability Plan, the Public Buildings Service must achieve a net-zero emissions building portfolio by 2045, as well as a 50% emissions reduction by 2032. Find out how it intends to get there.
Although the Federal Sustainability Plan has multiple long-term goals, the White House Council on Environmental Quality is focusing on interim milestones to keep agencies moving forward on an array of green government initiatives.
The new Federal Sustainability Plan released in December charges agencies to harness procurement authority to reach 100% carbon pollution-free energy at federal facilities by 2030.
As Defense focuses on strategies for meeting the Biden administration energy and sustainability directive, it’s joined with GSA to seek input from industry on ideas across a range of net-zero energy sources. Read more now.
To meet the Biden administration’s net-zero greenhouse gas emission goals, agencies are looking at ways to make their buildings and vehicles more sustainable both through new and existing initiatives. Learn more now.
Can data centers improve energy efficiency through smarter data storage? As the government focuses on federal efforts to improve sustainability across the board, the EPA Energy Star program sees potential for data centers across the U.S. to reduce energy demands by adopting energy-efficient data storage technology.