Connecticut considers stretch code that lets cities push builders on efficiency

The Connecticut State Capitol Building.

The legislation, which has cleared a committee vote but faces opposition from homebuilders, would allow cities to adopt building standards more in line with standards available in Massachusetts, New York and Vermont.

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Want tax incentives in Des Moines? Be ready to meet higher energy efficiency bar

Downtown Des Moines, Iowa.

Midwest cities including Des Moines, Iowa, are increasingly linking tax-increment financing to sustainability requirements as they look for every tool possible to make progress on ambitious climate goals.

Want tax incentives in Des Moines? Be ready to meet higher energy efficiency bar is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.

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