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>>Federal Government’s Energy Use Lowest in Almost 40 Years
The amount of energy consumed by federal agencies is now at its lowest level since 1975, primarily as a result of decreased jet fuel use. Find out how our Federal Energy Management Program helps agencies achieve energy-saving goals. Read more here.

>>U.S. DOE Building America Update
The February 2015 issue of the U.S. Department of Energy's Building America Update newsletter is now available.
Read this issue to learn about:
>Two 20-year Building America teams—Building Science Corporation (BSC) and Consortium for Advanced Residential Buildings (CARB)
>The 2015 RESNET Building Performance Conference and DOE Zero Energy Ready Home sessions
>Race to Zero Student Design Competition sponsorship opportunities
>Optimized Climate Solutions Tool available for five major climate zones
>The February 27 deadline for the 2015 EEBA Conference Call for Papers
>Residential success stories highlighting BSC and CARB team projects
>Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Range Hood Roundup to improve indoor air quality
>Building America in the news
>The latest publications from Building America: measure guidelines, case studies for new and existing homes and technologies, and more!
Read the full February issue for the latest news and information from Building America.

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