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Eustace, Spencer, Lampitt & Benson Bill to Help State Facilities Go Green Clears Assembly PanelMeasure Would Oversee the Transition to Environmentally Sustainable, Energy Efficient Practices at All State Offices
Legislation Assembly Democrats Tim Eustace, L. Grace Spencer, Pamela Lampitt and Daniel Benson sponsored to help New Jersey "go green" by maximizing the environmental sustainability of state offices recently was approved by an Assembly panel.
"Pursuing sustainability, and the healthier, non-toxic, energy efficient products that go along with it, will ultimately improve the quality of life for everyone throughout New Jersey," said Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic).
Assembly Panel Approves Eustace and Spencer Bill to Require New State Building Construction to Include Distributed Energy Resource
Microturbines, Fuel Cells, Solar Panels, Wind Turbines, Gas-Powered Reciprocating Engines Among Listed Distributed Energy Resources(TRENTON) - An Assembly panel released legislation on Thursday sponsored by Assembly Democrats Tim Eustace and L. Grace Spencer to require any new building having at least 15,000 square feet in total floor area that is to be constructed for the use of a state governmental entity to include a distributed energy resource.
"New state building structures are an opportunity to improve sustainability and energy performance," said Eustace (D-Bergen, Passaic). "When constructing new buildings we must consider environment friendly designs and look at maximizing efficiency by reducing operation costs and lessening the environmental impact."