Green Building Update - April 7, 2011

In This Issue:

Siemens foresees €40B annually from green infrastructure; GREEN BUILDING FOCUS - Report: Green building grows in North America; USDA promotes wood as green building material; Ground-breaking green lease in NYC; Green building education grants; California city adopts stricter green building code; U.C. San Diego Summit; Green California Summit in Sacramento; Push for 50% carbon reduction in construction materials; GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS - Hines honored with EPA's top award; California winery earns LEED Silver; New Mexico State University earns LEED Gold; Houston building earns LEED-EBOM Gold; and Illinois school earns LEED Silver.

Siemens foresees €40B annually from green infrastructure

The Wall Street Journal - Mar 25

Siemens is radically restructuring to capture more of the green infrastructure market. Siemens seeks to earn €40B annually by 2014 from green infrastructure products and services, up from €28B in fiscal 2010.

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