Green Building Update - April 16, 2010

In this Issue:

*Firms urge President to disclose energy info

*Green Building Focus

..Report: Green Buildings Market - $277 B by 2020

..Report: Big Florida energy savings possible

*San Anselmo's green building ordinance

*Conference: First green building conference for subs.

*Developers use green to attract tenants

*DOE's CBP helps improve energy efficiency

*LEED Video: Interview with USGBC

*Canadian retailers seeing profits in going green

*Notable Green Building Projects

..Refrigerated warehouse – huge LEED Gold project

..School District plans nine LEED Gold projects

..WSF hotel earns LEED Silver

..Five California state buildings get LEED designation

..Oakland Airport - first LEED NC Silver

..First LEED-Platinum home in Marin

..Citi - 'America's Greenest Bank'

..Green Depot is first NY retailer to earn LEED Platinum

..Marriot HQ earns LEED Gold

..Three Hines buildings earn high Energy Star ratings

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