Regency Centers to pilot energy-saving technologies

The United States Department of Energy has launched an ambitious initiative to have all new commercial developments running at net-zero energy by 2030. As part of that initiative, Regency Centers, a leading owner, developer and operator of community shopping centers, has been chosen as one of 21 companies to take part in a pilot program that encourages the adoption of new energy-saving technologies.

From the company’s press release:

DOE requested proposals from its National Labs and private sector companies who will team to receive technical support to implement and pilot new technologies. These pilot efforts will enable cost-effective energy savings of 50 percent above the standard set by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE 90.1) for new commercial building designs, and a savings of 30 percent for retrofits to existing buildings. The process of building these energy saving buildings will provide unprecedented insight into practical, cost-effective design strategies that can be replicated across the commercial building sector.

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