Senate Bill 220, passed in 2010, requires Alaska state agencies to benchmark their facilities' energy consumption and collect information on their energy costs. As of June 2013, the state had benchmarked over 1,700 public facilities.
In addition to the benchmarking requirements, SB 220 requires energy retrofits of 25 percent of the state's public buildings that are 10,000 square feet or greater, not including legislative or court buildings. The energy retrofits must reduce building energy use by at least 15 percent
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