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PA Governor's Green Government Council
Energy Independence Strategy
The mission of the Governor's Green Government Council is to help state agencies lead the Commonwealth towards a goal of zero emissions to air, land, and water by having all employees routinely consider the environmental effects of their policies, practices, and daily actions at all levels of decision making.
Governor Rendell, James P Creedon, John Hanger, co-chairs
 
GGGC News
GGGC News

Free Online Training - Introduction to LEED for Schools Presented by: U.S. Green Building Council

Designed for those new to USGBC and the LEED for Schools Rating Systems, this course helps define the benefits of green schools especially to the unity, student and teacher productivity and health. Also addressed are funding issues such as sources, bonds & tax issues, and making the case to decision makers. This free online training seminar is available at the following website: Greenbuild365

Gov. Rendell Signs Bill Establishing $650 Million Energy Fund to Support Conservation, Spur Renewable Energy Development

At a time when conventional energy prices are at or near record highs, Governor Edward G. Rendell today signed into law a new fund that will save families and small businesses money on their energy bills by supporting investments in energy conservation and efficiency.  Read more

Department of General Services Blocks Purchase of Energy Inefficient Lamps

Under the Governorís direction to reduce energy consumption by 10 percent over the next four years, the Pennsylvania Department of General Services has required their Maintenance, Repair and Operations contract suppliers to block the distribution of older technology lamps to commonwealth agencies.  Read MoreMS Word Document
 
 
 
Governor's Green Government Council
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania