New Technologies Tested to Save Electricity Costs


(10/18/2012)
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has announced new technologies as part of its innovative program to reduce energy-use in federal buildings. These technologies have significant savings potential if widely implemented.

GSA Building One of Few Whole-Building LED Retrofits


(06/02/2011)
The General Services Administration conducted a lighting retrofit of its Aberdeen building — one of the administration’s only whole building LED retrofit projects selected in the country.

GSA Raises LEED Requirements


(11/02/2010)
The United States General Services Administration announced that it now requires all new federal buildings and substantial renovation projects funded before fiscal year 2010 to earn a minimum of LEED Gold certification. Previously, federal buildings had to be LEED Silver certified at most.

GSA Greening Officer

By Nicholas Gosling
(07/19/2010)
The U.S. General Services Administration took a major step forward with its sustainability programs in naming Eleni Reed as its first chief greening officer.