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Green building bill splits industry

By Paul Snyder Builders, local officials and school board members are at odds over the value of a bill that would mandate green construction on public projects. But that mixed reaction is not affecting state Rep. Louis Molepske Jr., D-Stevens ...

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Green building bill worries project owners (UPDATE)

By Paul Snyder A state lawmaker wants to require public buildings be constructed to green standards despite fears by project owners that the law would bust their project budgets. State Rep. Louis Molepske Jr., D-Stevens Point, has introduced a bill ...

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Feds aim for ‘net-zero’ energy building

By Judith Kohler AP Writer Golden, Colo. — Homes and office buildings consume three-quarters of U.S. electricity, and officials at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory want to lower that figure by erecting what they aim to be the largest “net-zero” ...

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