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November 7, 2011

City tests new way to meet energy codes

The city of Seattle is testing a new performance-based energy code in South Lake Union, with the goal of helping developers of historic buildings meet rigorous energy efficiency goals in the most cost-efficient way.

The effort is a partnership between the city, Preservation Green Lab and Vulcan Real Estate. The performance-based code will be piloted with the Supply Laundry Building, a historic 30,000-square-foot structure.

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