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State & Local Green Building Incentives Incentive & Description 33 Examples 

State & Local Green Building Incentives Incentive & Description 33 Examples 

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... area garnering increasing interest is that of green building incentives, 32 with state and local governments now offering a wide range of incentives for sustainable buildings. Table 1 highlights a few of those incentives: Expedited Permitting, Grants (including fee subsidization), Loans, Technical Assistance, and Permit/Zone Fee Reduction: jurisdictions to award monetary amounts to subsidize the cost of certification or the total cost of building or to focus on particular features, such as HVAC systems. ...

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